|spouse||Alexis Leigh Serfaty (m.2013)|
|education||The George Washington University|
|place_of_birth||United States of America|
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Sunlen Serfaty is an Emmy Award-winning journalist, known for covering the 2016 presidential election between President Donald Trump and former Secretary, Hillary Clinton. She works for CNN out of its Washington DC office and covers the latest happening in politics.
Sunlen Mari Miller was born in 1981 in the United States of America. Her Mother, Denise M. Miller is a marketing communications manager in Richmond, Va., with a power generation services unit of Alstom, the French transport, and power equipment company. Sunlen's father, William N. Miller, works as an independent commercial arbitrator and mediator.
Sunlen Serfaty graduated from The Elliott School of International Affairs at The George Washington University with a B.A majoring in International Affairs and a concentration in Media and Communication.
Sunlen served as a local general assignment reporter on the "weekends." She covered breaking stories in cooperation with the ABC associate in Washington, D.C., WJLA. She also featured stories for the ABC News affiliate in the top ten market of the Washington, D.C – metro ward.
Miller was also a reporter for ABC News, where she covered Congress with a focus on the U.S. Senate. Miller was a regular on-air contributor to ABC NewsNOW, the network's broadband entity, and files regularly for ABCNews.com. Miller employed two years as a member of ABC's crew of reporters reporting the White House beginning in 2009 with the inauguration of President Barack Obama.
During her time at ABC News Washington bureau in 2004, Miller has served on a variety of platforms at ABC News, including ABC NewsNOW's "Politics Live," "This Week with George Stephanopoulos" and "World News with Charles Gibson."
Sunlen Serfaty joined CNN with a specific experience in political campaign and White House reporting. Sunlen worked for CNN Newsource in the network's Washington bureau, providing news coverage for its more than 800 associates.
Then she entered the general assignment crew for CNN in Washington, D.C. Sunlen Serfaty is a national correspondent for CNN based in Washington, D.C. Following her responsibility is a wide variety of national news, breaking news, and Washington politics.
Serfaty is currently reporting the 2016 presidential election. She has reported from all over the country following the GOP nominees during the Republican primary contest.
An Emmy® award-winning journalist, Serfaty has inclusive on-air, writing, and production knowledge, with particular expertise in a political campaign and White House reporting. She also worked as an assistant producer of television and radio schemes for The Washington Post from May 2003 to September 2004.
On 13 January 2017, CNN anchor Carol Costello alleged that week’s confirmation hearings have exposed. “just how far the nominees are from 'President-Elect Donald Trump' on the main issues, and we’re talking about major issues.”
Sunlen Serfaty also added a montage of clips indicating to explain the huge range of Trump and his choices to run the government. “The big takeaways from the week of confirmation hearings on Capitol Hill is that Trump and many of his nominees are not in line on many fundamental matters that the country is facing,” she said.
Sunlen Miller married at the age of 32 with her long time boyfriend, Alexis Serfaty on August 3, 2013. Alexis works as a policy adviser in Washington for the Department of Transportation. The couple tied the knot at Rose Park in Washington, witnessed by their close friends and family.
Sunlen Miller and Alexis Leigh Serfaty first met through mutual friends and talked shortly. Then they started chatting and calling each other. After a long time communicating and knowing each other, the couple first met for dinner at Firefly in Dupont. On their first date at Firefly restaurant in Dupont Circle, Sunlen amazed by how comfortable it was to talk to Alexis. “It was a flirty, sarcastic banter that challenged me. The challenge was intriguing and attracted me in,” she says.
Soon, Sunlen was hired to cover then-Senator Obama’s presidential campaign, a job that would put her on the road for two years. Despite failing to touch, they never neglected about their first date, and following the end of the campaign in 2008, Sunlen e-mailed Alexis for a “second first-date drink” at the Tabard Inn. They have since been inseparable.
Sunlen's current net worth is not yet made public knowledge and is, therefore, unknown as of now. However, she is believed to earn an enormous amount of money as the average salary for CNN reporters or correspondents is above $40,000.
Sunlen holds an American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. She is also active on social networking sites Twitter.