So, today we will be discussing CBC Correspondent Adrienne Arsenault's net worth and successful career.
Adrienne has dedicated more than two decades to her journalism career in the sector. She contributed in CBC as a correspondent and editorial assistant since the outset of her career.
The contribution has encouraged her to gain enormous fame along with financial assurance.
Adrienne Arsenault Source: Post City Magazines
The journalist of CBC earns nearly $45 thousand, a month by which we can say, Arsenault, gains an enormous amount of salary per year which helps to enhance her net worth.
Adrienne Arsenault started her professional career as a journalist from 1991 after completing her graduation from Western. She entered CBC as an editorial assistant and night assistant editor for CBC Toronto.
Including those, she worked in other several positions of the channel. From 2003 to 2006, Arsenault became the CBC's Middle East Bureau Chief in Jerusalem and recorded Israeli-Palestinian conflict and other local issues.
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Furthermore, she started living in 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.
Beautiful Adrienne Arsenault has won two Gemini Awards in the categories of Best Reportage and Best News Magazine Segment in 2008. Also was nominated for five Gemini Awards, for her work on The National, including a segment called Healing Hikkaduwa.
Adrienne Arsenault Source: atinitonews.com
She has also been honored by the Radio and Television News Directors Association, the American Society of Professional Journalists, and the New York and Columbus Festivals.
Adrienne Arsenault source: CBC.ca
In September 2015, she won an Emmy Award for coverage of the Ebola virus epidemic in Liberia.
Adrienne Arsenault was born on April 24, 1967, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She has graduated in St. Clement's School as Head Girl, University of Western Ontario, BA (1990), MA in Journalism (1991). She has won many titles and one of them is Anchor of The National.