Biography of Erin Burnett

The net worth of Erin Burnett is estimated to be $16 million as of 2020. However, her career has been fairly modest. While working at Goldman Sachs, she wrote a series mocking the protesters of Occupy Wall Street. This segment earned her critical criticism, including from Glenn Greenwald. As a native of Ireland, Burnett is of Scottish descent. She has hosted live shows in the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia.

Before joining CNN, Burnett worked as a vice president at Citigroup, where she co-anchored two flagship shows. She also contributed to Meet the Press and hosted CNBC’s Street Signs. In 2013, she joined MSNBC and presented a special on Transammonia, a company that bought ammonia from Iran. She has since gone on to earn more than $20 million from her work.

Burnett also worked for CSBN and CNN, and she anchored two flagship programs every day. Before joining CNN, she worked as an anchor and stocks editor for Bloomberg. She joined CNBC in 2005, and she joined the network in 2011. She has also been a co-anchor on CNN’s Occupy Wall Street news show, and she hosts a daily show called OutFront with Erin.

Before joining CNN, Burnett graduated from Williams College, Massachusetts. She went on to pursue a career in finance, and eventually landed an opportunity to write for Moneyline. Born in Mardela Springs, Maryland, Erin Isabelle Burnett grew up in a wealthy suburb of New York City. Her parents are Irish and Scottish. She has a degree in political science from Williams College. You can read more about her here.