Natasha Chen Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Husband, CNN, Net Worth, and Salary

Natasha Chen Biography

Natasha Chen is an American anchor/reporter and correspondent working for CNN in Atlanta, Georgia. She has worked with CNN since September 2017.

Natasha Chen  Age

Chen likes to keep her personal life private hence she has not yet disclosed the date, month, or year she was born. However, she might be in her 30s.

Natasha Chen Height

Chen stands at an approximate height of  5 feet and 6  inches tall.

Natasha Chen Family

Chen was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area alongside her brother Nick Chen who is a software entrepreneur. He also serves as the CEO of Pico. she has not disclosed any information about her parents.

Natasha Chen Husband

Chen is very private about her personal life therefore it is not known if she is in any relationship. There are also no rumors of Chan being in any past relationship with anyone.

Natasha Chen’s Net Worth

Chen has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million-$5 Million which she has earned through her successful career as a correspondent.

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Natasha Chen Salary

Chen earns an annual salary ranging from $ 45,000 – $ 110,500.

Natasha Chen  Education

Chen joined Mateo High School in 1998 and completed high school in 2002. Later on, she attended Stanford University in 2002, and in 2006 he graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology. Additionally, she enrolled for her master’s degree at the University of Southern California Graduating with a master of Arts degree in broadcast journalism in 2008.

Natasha Chen Career

Chen works as a correspondent for CNN based in the network’s Los Angeles bureau. She has mostly covered the COVID-19 pandemic experiences of immigrants, educators, parents, restaurant owners, theme park operators, tenants, and landlords.

Additionally, she has reported on other headlines like the 2020 Black Lives Matter protests and the 2021 Atlanta spa shootings including Atlanta’s response to the killing of Rashard Brooks. Natasha spent some time at the U.S.-Mexico border,  reporting on the families separated by the Trump administration’s zero-tolerance policy in 2019.

Moreover, she was a correspondent for CNN Newsource, reporting for about 1,000 global affiliates on developments in hurricanes, wildfires, Congress, and mass shootings. Furthermore, Chen created original content for public safety, affiliates, the perspective of a North Korean refugee on the eve of President Trump’s first visit with Kim Jong-Un, and the cross-section of technology.

Natasha Chen KIRO 7/ WREG-TV

Prior to working at CNN, she was working as a reporter at KIRO 7 for 4 years. where enterprised original, investigative local stories for the Seattle area, developed beats in housing, income inequality, and education, and delivered breaking news coverage both on-air and online, used social media to gather stories and communicate with viewers and – lead KIRO’s diversity and inclusion initiatives as part of Cox Media Group national diversity team.

Chen also spent 3 years as a reporter /fill-in anchor for WREG-TVWREG-TV in IRS greater Memphis Area. While at the station she covered breaking news, crime, state and local politics, education, and public safety, produced multimedia reports using, Twitter, and Facebook, performed daily live shots, and pitched and executed stories in the spirit of viewer advocacy. 

Natasha Chen  KXXV/

Previously, she worked as reporter/weekend reporter /anchor for KXXV in Texas for 1 year and 3 months. While at the station she anchored four evening newscasts every weekend, managed remote bureau operations, and covered breaking news, including the Fort Hood massacre, crime, city politics, education, and public safety related to health and transportation.

Before that, Chen was working at in San Francisco Bay Area as an off Bus Reporter. Where She covered 2008 presidential election issues and events throughout the Southwest, including PAC endorsements, the Texas Democratic convention, gay marriage laws, rallies, and platform meetings. She also covered political events and green technology issues in the San Francisco Bay Area for a nationwide audience with text, photo, and video elements.

Natasha Chen Kaplan/ News 21 – Knight and Carnegie Foundations

Chen spent 4 years as an SAT Instructor and Tutor at Kaplan in San Francisco Bay Area. While in the station she supplemented the learning of concepts acquired in public and private schools. She taught high school students struggling with standardized test performance. Natasha also introduced and drilled strategies in math, critical reading, and writing to classes of students at widely varying skill levels

Before joining Kaplan, she was a Multimedia Fellow at News 21 – Knight and Carnegie Foundations Fellowship in Greater Los Angeles Area from May 2008  to  Aug 2008. While at the station, she discovered a Democratic resurgence in the red state of Texas and traveled there to report in their capital and in neighboring conservative suburbs.

She also shot more than 30 hours of footage at the Texas Democratic convention and interviewed scores of media experts, politicians, candidates, voters, and volunteers. Furthermore, she sought stories in under-the-radar swing state regions critical to the 2008 elections

Natasha Chen ABC News /Impact News Magazine Show

From January 2008 to May 2008 Chen was working with ABC News serving as a General Assignment Intern, in Los Angeles. Where she Conducted sit-down interviews and shot man-on-the-street interviews with JVC HD camera for World News with Charlie Gibson and for ABC News online. She also Logged and fed tape to the New York bureau. Chen, Researched facts and background information for news stories produced in the Los Angeles bureau  Assisted camera crews on shoots with reporters, In addition, she Assisted camera crews on shoots with reporters.

Previously, Natasha was a supervising Producer for Impact News Magazine Show from August 2006 to May 2008. She managed to create a group of three other senior producers who together re-envisioned the graphic identity and show open, and increased the productivity and quality of Impact. Additionally, she managed six episodes per year; demanding high quality and strict deadlines for 30 long and short features from 20 graduate students at USC. She also edited, shot, and wrote three features and one segment and wraps with senior producers; hosted one episode. In 2007 she received the nationwide college Television Award from the Academy of Television and sciences for outstanding News Magazine.

Natasha Chen University of Southern California/ Associated Press

Chen spent 2 years as an Alumna at the University of Southern California, where she covered local events and issues, including hard-hitting news, features, and investigative stories. In addition to that, she trained in print, online, and broadcast reporting and producing, print reporting beats included education and business. She also acquired and refined broadcast techniques such as writing scripts, editing on Avid, and filming with Sony PD150. Natasha also used Dreamweaver to create a multimedia Web site.

Prior to that, she was working for Associated Press serving as a Television News Intern, in Hong Kong for 3 months. She pitched and Researched stories set locally but relevant to Asian or worldwide audiences, including global finance, media self-censorship, fashion week, film premieres, and issues of domestic workers’ pay. Moreover, she Assisted with writing, editing, interviewing, and filming on a staff of fewer than five people during the busy season leading up to the tenth anniversary of Hong Kong’s handover to China. Natasha also edited segments offline, Set up and conducted interviews, wrote scripts and shot lists, and shot b-roll and press conferences with Sony PD170.

Natasha Chen KPIX

Lastly, she worked with KPIX as an  Assignment Desk Intern & Eye on the Bay Intern for 5 months. While serving as the  Eye on the Bay, Chen Acted as the main communicator with the audience regarding technical problems, comments, and questions. Additionally, she – Assisted segment producers out in the field as well as in-office tape logging and organizing and also Pitched story ideas for news magazine production staff. Without forgetting the Updated Eye on the Bay Web site biweekly.

On the other hand as an Assignment Desk Intern, she communicated as the first point f contact for outside calls, including viewer tips and public information officers for Eye on the Bay. In addition that she provided the needed support for the assignment editor in monitoring police and fire department scanners,finding facts quickly, and tracking breaking news

Chen received recognition for her reporting on a fatal Ride the Ducks crash she witnessed, sharing the 2015 Northwest Emmy Award for team coverage. She speaks fluent Mandarin and is a proud member of the Asian American Journalists Association.

Natasha Chen Social Media Platforms

She is active on her social media accounts and is often seen posting on her Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.  She has over 9k followers on Instagram, over 9k followers on Facebook, and over 15k followers on her Twitter account.

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