Displaying the personal side or making a spot with professional achievement is something every celebrity has to decide. Reena Ninan, known professionally as a TV journalist after she performed on Fox News Channel, where she was made the Middle East Correspondent in the year 2007. She affirmed several occasions and started on a journey to several countries as a correspondent alongside Hillary Clinton during her working periods. She has managed to earn the attention of a huge number of fans and followers due to her efforts in the journalism sector.
Reena Ninan was born on the 18th of April 1979 in Tampa, Florida, United States of America. She grew up in Tampa, Florida, where she was raised by her Indian parents. Ninan holds an American nationality and her ethnicity is Indian-American. She has the family support to pursue in the acting and entertainment sector.
Regarding her educational achievements, she enrolled at George Washington University where she got a degree in Political Communication.
Reena is happily married to a popular reporter, Kevin Peraino. After dating for a few years, the couple finally tied the knot in an intimate ceremony, however, the details of their wedding ceremony are not revealed.
Her husband is a popular author known for publishing books such as A Force So Swift: Mao, Truman, and the Birth of Modern China, 1949 and Lincoln in the World: The Making of a Statesman and the Dawn of American Power. In addition, he is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
The pair is blessed with two children Jack and Kate.
The famous journalist has earned a name and fame for herself working in many renowned news channels. She has earned for herself a whopping amount of money which most people can only dream of. Similarly, the long association with the show has made her earn a total net worth. But, the total net worth of Reena Nian is still under review.
Moving towards her scintillating career, she is the anchor of CBS Weekend News and CBSN. Likewise, she was also the reporter for the CBS This Morning and CBS Evening News for CBS broadcasts. As a matter of fact, she was working as a correspondent of the Middle East under Fox News Channel.
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Glamour magazine named her the Women on the Front Lines. Further, Ninan started to work for ABC News in the year 2012 and later, he moved to the Washington Bureau. In addition, she co-anchored the early morning show with ABC called World News Now in the year 2015 and in This Morning together for America with T.J Holmes.