Campbell Brown Biography

Biography by Published on Updated on 16 Dec, 2018
Facts of Campbell Brown
Date of Birth: 1968 , June-14
Age: 50 years old
Birth Nation: United States of America
Height: 5 Feet 3 Inch
Name Campbell Brown
Birth Name Alma Dale Campbell Brown
Father James H. "Jim" Brown
Mother Dale Campbell
Nationality American
Birth Place/City Ferriday, Louisiana
Ethnicity White Ethnicity
Profession Television journalist
Working For CNN
Net Worth $8.5 million
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color Brown Dark
Face Color White
Famous for Journalist
Married Yes
Married to Dan Senor (m. 2006)
Children Eli James Senor, Asher Liam Senor
Divorce Yes
Education Regis University
Awards Emmy Award winning American journalist
Online Presence Facebook, Twitter, Wikipedia
TV Show NBC Nightly News
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Campbell Brown, full name, Alma Dale Campbell Brown is the name of Emmy Award-winning American journalist. She is a former television news reporter and anchorwoman. She has worked for the Campbell Brown Show on CNN and also been the co-anchor of the show Weekend Today broadcasted from NBC-TV. She has won the Emmy Award for reporting on Hurricane Katrina while working for NBC-TV. After her retirement, she became an education activist in 2013 as a founder and head of Parents Transparency Project.

Early Life And Education Of Callie Rivers

Born in the year 1968 June 14 at Ferriday, Louisiana, United States, she is the daughter of former Louisiana Democratic state Senator and Secretary of State James H. Brown Jr. and mother Dale Campbell.

The story behind her name is “Alma Dale” her grandmothers name and “Campbell” is her mother’s last name. Campbell was born and raised as a Roman Catholic later she changed her faith to Judaism. She has two sisters.

She had attended Trinity Episcopal Day School. She was expelled from Madeira School as she sneaked off from campus to go on a party. She must have been very cheeky when she was young. Campbell had attended Louisiana State University for two years but graduated from Regis University.

Callie Rivers's Career

After graduation, Campbell spent a year teaching at Czechoslovakia. She began her career in journalism as a news reporter for KSNT-TV, NBC affiliate based in Kansas. Later she moved to WWBT-TV NBC affiliate based in Richmond, Virginia.

She has also worked for WBAL-TV BASED IN Baltimore, WRC-TV based in Washington, DC. She has also worked as the White House correspondent for NBC New prior to hosting Weekend Today.

Talking about her news coverage, she had covered the Presidential campaign of the year 2000, the interviews during the 2008 election seasons, hurricane Katrina, etc.

In 2007, Campbell announced her leave from NBC after spending 11 years in the network as she was expecting a baby and wanted to devote her time to her family. In February 2008, she debuts in the CNN Network and began to anchor in CNN Election Centre which ran through February to October 2008 and later renamed as Campbell Brown: No Bias No Bull.

After her maternity leave in 2009 April and May, the show again renamed as Campbell Brown in July 2009. After facing low ratings on her show, Campbell Brown decided to leave the network. She asked CNN to release her from her contract which CNN compiled. She left the network in the year 2010.

After leaving CNN, she began to write articles and opinion pieces for publications including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Daily Beast and Slate, etc. In 2013, she founded the Parents Transparency Project and started working as an education activist.

The project is aimed to seek information and accountability of teachers and New York Department of Education on actions imparting children in schools. In 2014, she launched a website CommonSenseContract.com to influence the New York City’s contract talks with the United Federation of Teachers.

In addition to it, she also serves as a board member of Success Academy Charter Schools, Turnaround for Children and International Women’s Media Foundation.

Callie Rivers's Net Worth 

As of 2018, the excat amount of her net worth has not disclosed yet. 

Callie Rivers's Personal Life 

Talking about her personal life, Campbell Brown is a beautiful and inspirational woman who has reached the age of 46 as of 2014. Following her age, she is just odd to it. She has the enthusiasm and charisma of a woman in her twenties. Beautiful with the looks and talented in the profession, she is a perfect blend of beauty with brain.

Campbell has a very attractive body and legs that makes her stunning and appalling in any of the clothes she fits in. Campbell is a married woman. She had married to the former spokesperson for the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq, Daniel Samuel Senor.

They had met in Iraq in 2004 while she was reporting the daily news on conferences and he was the spokesperson for the Coalition Provisional Authority in Baghdad. They got married in 2006 at the Beaver Creek Chapel in Beaver Creek, Colorado. She has two children from her husband Dan named Eli James Senor born in 2007 and Asher Liam Senor in 2009.

Prior to this, she had been married briefly to Washington D.C real estate broker Peregrine “Pere” Roberts. The marriage was not successful ending up in divorce.

Beautiful blonde journalist and education activist Campbell Brown has been an inspiration to many of the female journalists as well as the young and struggling ones. She stands the very good height of 5 feet and 8 inches tall with balanced weight as she is considerate on her diet.

She has a beautiful body shape and does not hesitate to flaunt her curves in different outfits. She has amazingly sexy legs which when she wears A-line skirts gives a very appalling hot look. She has been admired and recognized by many people.

She has also a considerable number of fans who want to know on her. She can be followed on Facebook and her Twitter account and also several of the articles and biography including her pictures is available on the internet within the tip of fingers touch.

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