Does MSNBC pay Karen Finney well? What are the journalist's annual salary and net worth?
Karen Finney is an American political consultant and spokesperson who is best known for being a spokesperson for the Clinton 2016 presidential Campaign. She also works as a political commentator for leading MSNBC Network.
Karen is one of the richest journalists of the industry and she has maintained a huge amount of net worth. Do you know how much net worth she has?
Net worth and salary of Karen Finney
Karen is one of the highest paid journalists of the American media industry and she works at MSNBC, a prestigious network of the America. Due to this, she has acquired a good amount of money.
According to a genuine source, Karen's net worth is estimated to be around $2 million in 2016. In addition, she works as a political advisor for Democrat National Party and from there, she receives a good amount. However, this talented lady has not revealed her current salary details.
Career path of Karen Finney
Karen started her career as a teaching assistant in a minimum-security facility for pregnant teenagers in Los Angeles after graduating from UCLA. Then, she worked as a press secretary for Hillary Clinton in the early 1990s.
After that, she worked for Scholastic inc., a leading children's media and company. Later in 2001, she served as the chief spokesperson and communications director for New York city schools, managing crisis communication for the system of more than one million children after 9/11.
— Karen Finney (@finneyk) September 26, 2016
Karen has been serving national politics for more than two decades. During her political career, she worked for four presidential elections, New York senate race, the Clinton white House, and so on.
As a spokesperson and communications director for the Democratic National Committee, she guided the re-branding the party, the successful 2006 congressional elections, and party's strategies for 2008 presidential election.
In April 2013, MSNBC announced that she would host a weekend news program called ' Disrupt with Karen Finney'. However, the show was canceled on June 5, 2014. On November 25, 2014, she joined as a senior fellow and consultant for Media Matters.
Karen has also worked as a columnist for various news such as 'The Hill' and 'The Washington Times'. In a recent year, she served as a strategic communication adviser and senior communication spokesperson for the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign.