Cindy Hsu Biography and Wiki
Cindy Hsu is a Chinese-American journalist who currently works for WCBS News based in New York City. She joined the station in 1993 and now anchors weekend morning news. Before coming to WCBS News, Cindy had worked for several TV Stations such as WTOV News in Steubenville, Ohio, and WFRV News in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Cindy Hsu Age and Birthday
Cindy is 56 years old. She was born on May 6, 1966, in Honolulu, Hawaii. The United States of America.
Cindy Hsu Height
She stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (1.7 meters).
Cindy Hsu Education
Cindy attended local schools in Hawaii, United States for both elementary and high school studies. From there, she attended Virginia University where she graduated with a degree in journalism.
Cindy Hsu Family
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Cindy Hsu Husband
Cindy has not mentioned any information concerning her love life. This makes it hard to know if she is married, dating, or single. Our team will update more details on her husband or boyfriend as soon as possible.
Cindy Hsu’s Daughter Rossie
Despite being a single woman, Cindy has an adoptive daughter by the name of Rosie. She has mentioned her in her book Bringing Rosie Home. The book also won the New York AP Broadcasters award for Best Feature.
Cindy Hsu Salary
Working with CBS News, Cindy’s salary ranges between $75,000 and $180,000 annually.
Cindy Hsu’s Net Worth
The award-winning journalist has an estimated net worth of approximately $1 million. This is estimated from her career as a journalist.
Cindy Hsu CBS
Cindy is a Chinese-American journalist who currently works for WCBS News based in New York City. She joined the station in 1993 and now anchors weekend morning news alongside Andrea Grymes. Before coming to WCBS News, Cindy had worked for several TV Stations such as WTOV News in Steubenville, Ohio, and WFRV News in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Apart from covering news, she has worked with several organizations such as the Board of Directors of the Museum of the Chinese people living in the USA and the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. She was also a CEO and president o the New York Chapter of the Asian-American Journalists Association.