Who is Anne-Marie Green?
Anne-Marie Green is a renowned journalist and correspondent for the CBS television network based in New York City. She defines herself as a dynamic and flexible broadcast journalist who is accustomed to working under pressure and under difficult circumstances.
She has the ability to communicate complex subjects in an easy-to-understand manner while also instilling empathy and fondness for others in her stories. Her storytelling mission is to engage the audience through powerful visuals, thought-provoking interviews, and imaginative presentations.
Anne-Marie Green Education
Green enrolled at the University of Toronto in September 1990 and graduated in 1995 with a Bachelor’s degree in English and History Political Science. In 1995 September, he attended Humber College and received his postgraduate degree in broadcast journalism.
Anne-Marie Green Age
Green was born on September 21, 1971, in Toronto, Canada. She is currently 52 years old.
Anne-Marie stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches.
Anne-Marie Green Husband
Green married her husband, Algernong Allen in 2009. They have been together in marriage for more than 10 years. Allen is a professional realtor, investor, and developer. He is originally from Hampton, Virginia, but has become known as a community leader and activist in Philadelphia.
Green and her husband are blessed with a daughter named Ailey Lynn Allen. In spite of their demanding careers, the couple always creates time for their family. Their daughter Lynn, was born in 2011, so she’s currently 12 years old.
Anne-Marie Green’s Salary and Net Worth
Green earns an average salary of $600,000 on an annual basis. Throughout the years that she has worked in the media industry, Anne-Marie has created a net worth that ranges between $1 million – $5 million.
What is Anne-Marie Green’s Nationality?
Anne-Marie holds dual American and Canadian nationalities. She has pursued her career for many years both in the United States and Canada and having dual citizenship helps her to go about her daily activities with ease across the two countries.
Anne-Marie Green Career
Green is a correspondent for CBS News who contributes to all of the network’s shows and platforms. She is also an anchor for CBS News Streaming Network, the company’s primary 24/7 hosted streaming news service. She started working for CBS News in January 2013. Green has previously worked for Philadelphia’s CBS 3 as a general assignment correspondent.
She reported for both The CW Philly and CBS 3 along with co-hosting the weekend morning newscasts on CBS 3. Green reported on a number of local and national incidents while working for CBS 3 and The CW Philly.
These included the 2006 Amish school shooting in the Pennsylvania town of Nickel Mines, the 2007 Minneapolis bridge collapse, Super Bowl XXXIX, and the 2008 and 2009 World Series to mention a few.
In 2007, she received the Doris Haire Award for reporting on the rising alarm over the excessive volume of C-section deliveries carried out in New Jersey. In 2011, she won a Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award for her coverage of a duck boat accident that resulted in death in the Schuylkill River.
Green worked as an anchor of Cable Pulse 24, a show on CITY-TV’s 24-hour cable news program, and as a reporter at the Toronto-based network until relocating to Philadelphia in 2004. She previously worked as a reporter for Rogers Cable News in Mississauga, Ontario, and CKVR-TV in Barrie, Ontario.