An American television reporter and newscaster, who serves as Justice Correspondent for CNN, Pamela Brown has smashed a significant salary and net worth from the media industry.
She has enrolled herself in various charitable organizations like The Special Olympics.
Pamela Brown (CNN) Salary & Net Worth
The CNN correspondent Pamela garners her net worth from her professional career as a journalist. She has accumulated millions of dollars with a salary of over $850 thousand.
She actively joins herself in various charitable organizations like 'the Special Olympics,' 'The Big Sisters of America' and many more.
Pamela began her journalism career serving as a reporter and host at 'WJLA/Newschannel8' on 2006 August. The lady spent around six years of her career working as a reporter and presenter at the telecasting media. After leaving WJLA/Newschannel8, the lady began serving as a national correspondent at CNN media.
Since March 2014, Brown is serving as a Justice Correspondent at CNN, and where she generally covers the law impositions matter that relates to a department of Justice at CNN.
Married Life With Adam Wright; Has A Son
Pamela Brown is married to her husband, Adam Wright. The couple got married on the 5th of June 2017 at Pamela’s childhood home. For their honeymoon, they visited Japan.
They dated for a long time before exchanging the wedding vows.
Pamela Brown with her husband, Adam Wright, during their marriage (Photo: The Knot News)
The couple welcomed their first child named Ben, in April 2018 after one year of marriage. And in February 2020, they welcomed their first daughter Vivienne.
As of now, she savors a happy life with her husband and her baby with immense love and dedication.
Born in Kentucky, the United States, in 1983, Pamela Brown celebrates her birthday on the 29th of November every year. The 37 years old newscaster stands at the height of 1.72 meters (5 feet and 8 inches tall.) She was born to her parents John Y. Brown Jr. (former Governor of Kentucky) and Phyllis George (Miss America).
Pamela pursued her education from Henry Clay High School in Lexington and later attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She graduated with a bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism.