|Date of Birth:||1967 April 24|
|Age:||51 years old|
|education||St. Clement's School University of Western|
|place_of_birth||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
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She became the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association's journalist of the year; awarded the Gracie award for outstanding female correspondent; and the Monte Carlo Festival award for her coverage of the Zimbabwe election.
Adrienne Arsenault was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on April 24, 1967. She is the daughter of Ray Arsenault (1929-2006), a Canadian television director for series "King of Kensington" and "Hockey Night in Canada" and Bette Arsenault.
Arsenault attended St. Clement's School, where she was the head girl and graduated from there in 1990. She always knew her desired to work in journalism and enrolled in the University of Western’s journalism program. She graduated with a BA in 1990 and an MA in Journalism in 1991. During her time at Western, Arsenault increased her experience in broadcasting at CHRW radio.
After completing her graduation from Western in 1991, she began working at the CBC as an editorial assistant for the morning newscasts. Later, her responsibilities spanned as she became the Vancouver, bureau reporter.
Arsenault returned to Toronto in 1997, when she became a national correspondent, and three years later she started covering from Washington, D.C.
Arsenault became the CBC’s Middle East bureau chief in Jerusalem, reporting on Israeli-Palestinian conflict and other local issues from 2003 to 2006. Soon after, she moved to London, England, and worked as the CBC’s senior European correspondent, a post she left in late 2010. In 2008, she went on to report the Zimbabwe election, where she was one the small group of Western reporters who were allowed to enter the country.
She is currently serving as a senior correspondent for CBC Television, based in Toronto where she heavy focus on International stories, conflicts, Disasters, security issues and much more stories.
In 2008, Arsenault won two Gemini Awards in the categories of Best Reportage and Best News Magazine Segment and was nominated for five Gemini Awards, for her work on The National, including a segment called Healing Hikkaduwa.
She was also honored by the Radio and Television News Directors Association, the American Society of Professional Journalists, and the New York and Columbus festivals. In September 2015, Arsenault won an Emmy Award for her coverage of the Ebola virus epidemic in Liberia.
Being a media personality, she never discusses her personal life in public. She is reportedly single and is not married yet. She has not shown any hints of her having a boyfriend or affair. She holds a Canadian nationality and belongs to French Canadians ethnicity.
Glassdor.com reported that the journalist of CBC earns nearly $45 thousand per year. With this report, it is evident that Adrienne gains huge salary of approximately $45 thousand each year which helps to enhance her net worth. However, she has not mentioned her estimated net worth on social sites. She is active on social networking sites.