There is no doubt that Ana is an inspiring and hardworking personality! A lot of people do not know about her personal and professional life and we try to give you a few details, through this article. Ana Cabrera is a famous American journalist, television anchor, runner, traveler, an aspiring chef and a banker. She was born on 13th May, 1982. Currently, Ana is working as a correspondent in CNN. Ana Cabrera started her career as an anchor/reporter in KHQ-TV network just after she graduated. After working there for almost four years, she returned to her home town Denver and joined in KMGH-TV, as a morning anchor. She got the Emmy Award for reporting of “High Park Fire” in 2012. She left the channel in 2013 after serving four years and joined CNN news as Denver correspondent. Later, Ana became a part of CNN investigative team.
Ana Cabrera was born in a Mexican American family in Denver, Colorado. Her father Ronald Cabrera is the executive director of an educational firm and her mother Judith Cabrera is a counselor. She has four siblings called Nathan, Angelina, John and Matthew. After seeing for a couple of years, Ana married to Benjamin Neilson. The couple has two kids Jack and Maria. Apart from her family, Ana is also an animal lover who owns an adorable dog called Lola. She is very active in social media like Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. She also holds the American nationality.
The American journalist earns a handsome amount as her salary and her estimated net worth is $3.6 million dollars.
Ana did her graduation in communication, foreign language and culture from Edward R. Murrow College of Communication of Washington State University. Ana started her career in broadcast journalism as an intern in KCNC-TV and KMGH-TV. Later in 2005, Cabrera joined Kayu TV as well KHQ-Tv, in Washington. She served there as an anchor and host from January 2005 to July 2009. She also served as one of the Directors of Mi Casa Resource Centre. The American Cancer society also boasted of having her on board. Ana also speaks about Broadcast journalism at multiple local schools.
Ana then worked as anchor for the top ranked morning TV show in KMGH-TV 7 news. She covered local and national news for the channel. She and her team got the prestigious Emmy Award, Associated Press TV and Radio Association’s Mark Twain Award.
Ana joined CNN as correspondent in 2013 and later, she became a part of the network’s investigative team. As a part of the investigative team, she covered from systematic failures in reporting, tracking sexual abuse in elderly living facilities, reporting on Colorado’s historic marijuana legalization movement, unrest in Farguson post shooting of Micheal Brown to regular issues like health and wellness.
Her coverage on 2013 September Colorado flood which created several death and billion dollar damage and 2014 reporting on undocumented children that crossed the Mexico border unaccompanied are some of her major achievements. Ana is also a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists organization.