Hadas Gold CNN, Lips, Bio, Age, Wedding, Husband, Baby, Height, Salary and Net Worth

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Hadas Gold Biography and Wiki

Hadas Gold is an Israeli-American journalist currently serving as a correspondent at CNN based in Jerusalem. Previously, she covered media, tech and politics for CNN in London. Prior to joining CNN, she served as a media reporter for five years for POLITICO, where she was named as one of the “most influential media reporters” by Mediaite in 2017.

Hadas Gold Education

She graduated from Desert Mountain High School in 2006. She graduated from George Washington University with a B.A. in journalism and an M.A. in media and public affairs. READ: Barbara Walters

Hadas Gold Age

How old is Hadas? Gold is 36 years old as of  2024. She was born on 25 February 1988 in Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel. Her birthday is always celebrated on February 25th of every year.

Hadas Gold Height

Hadas stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (1.65m) tall.

Hadas Gold Nationality and Ethnicity

Hadas belong to Jewish ethnicity/heritage/ancestry. She was born and raised in Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel. She holds Israeli-American nationality and citizenship.

Hadas Gold Family and Parents

Gold was born and raised in Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel to a Jewish family. Her parents were Daphna and Yoram Gold. Her father is a former member of the Israeli Defense Forces who now works as a project manager for a pharmaceutical company and her mother is a Hebrew teacher. READ MORE: Safra Catz

Hadas Gold Husband| Spouse

She is happily married to Christopher Alex Hooton, an economist, in Scottsdale since 2017.

Hadas Gold Net Worth

Gold has an estimated net worth of $500,000. She receives a good amount from her work as a journalist presently serving as an American TV news program on NewsNation.

Hadas Gold CNN

Hadas Gold serves as CNN’s Jerusalem correspondent. She has covered one of the region’s most tumultuous periods in recent memory. Gold reported live under fire during multiple instances of violence between Palestinians and Israelis, including the 11-day conflict between Hamas and the Israeli military in 2021. She was on air in Jerusalem when rockets were fired toward the city, and during the war, she reported live under regular rocket fire from near the Gaza border. READ: Michelle Logan

Additionally, Gold has extensively covered the significant political shifts within Israel, such as the unprecedented protest movement against the government’s judicial overhaul plan, Benjamin Netanyahu’s historic corruption trial, and his loss of the premiership in 2021, followed by his comeback 18 months later. She has also reported on Israel’s pioneering COVID-19 vaccination campaign, landmark visits by Israeli leaders to new partners like Bahrain, and President Joe Biden’s visit to Israel and the occupied Palestinian Territories in 2022.

Before her assignment in Jerusalem, Gold covered media, technology, and politics for CNN from London and Washington, D.C. She played a key role in reporting on the Trump administration’s legal battle to prevent AT&T from acquiring CNN’s then-parent company, Time Warner.

Prior to her tenure at CNN, Gold spent over five years as a media reporter at Politico, where she was recognized as one of the “most influential media reporters” by Mediaite in 2017. In 2011, she received a fellowship with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, during which she investigated and reported on trash pickers in Buenos Aires, Argentina.