As we have already stated, Catherine is an award-winning journalist, so she should have a great professional life. Today, we are going to talk about the career achievements and about the expenses she incurs. If you want to know all about her career incomes and personal expenses then keep scrolling.
The 53 years' old actress Catherine Herridge, is married to her husband Lt. Col. JD Hayes and has two children with him. Enough on her personal life, here are some facts about Herridge's net worth and earnings. So, as per reports, she has earned a whopping $10 million in her professional career. All of her income has come from her career in the journalism field but, she also earns from her books and such other editorials.
Her career started when she was 32 years' after she joined the Fox News Channel at its inception in 1996. She was originally a London-based correspondent for the ABC News. She was also a field correspondent for the Fox News Magazine. She has also been the major correspondent during Mrs. Clinton's Campaign for Senate in 2000, 2004 Democratic Presidential Elections, and the trial of Zacarias Moussaoui.
Apart from that, she also earns from her book. She has authored one book called The Next Wave: On the Hunt for Al Qaeda's American Recruits. The book is currently priced at $5 for its paperback and Kindle editions.
Well, it is not a wrong thing to ask for a pay raise, is it? Somewhere in 2007, there rose a legal dispute between Catherine Herridge and the Fox News but what was the dispute's cause? Well, it was certainly the salary! Fox News came up with a no-complaint clause which was to be signed by Catherine, but she refused to sign it until her payscale was raised.
The complaint was registered with the EEOC and in 2010 EEOC sued the news channel. Later, the lawsuit was dismissed by a federal judge. A part of the case's dismissal was because of Herridge's salary demand. She demanded a whopping 95% salary increase which was thought to be unattainable so the case was dismissed.
|1. Catherine Herridge was born on 18th May 1964.|
|2. She has a bachelor's degree from Harvard College and a Master's degree in journalism from the Columbia University Graduate School.|
|3. She is married to Lt. Col. JD Hayes and has two children.|
|4. She was previously a London-based correspondent for ABC News.|
|5. She has a net worth of around $10 million.|
|6. She donated a portion of her liver to her infant son.|
|7. She has won a Bronze World Medal for journalism.|
|8. She also has a book about a terrorist incident.|
|9. Catherine was a part of the no-complaint case which was later dismissed.|
|10. She is from a military background.|