Laura Barron Lopez
Laura Barrón-López is a PBS NewsHour White House correspondent and a CNN political analyst. She is a former White House correspondent and national political reporter for Politico. She has also covered Congress for HuffPost for two and half years, focusing on fights over fast-track authorization, criminal justice reform, and coal miner pensions, among other policy topics in the Senate. While working for The Hill, she covered energy and environment policy.
Laura Barron Lopez Age
Laura is 28 years old as of 2023, she was born in 1995 in Mexico. She celebrates her birthday on February 8.
Laura Barron Lopez Height
Laura stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.
Laura Barron Lopez Education
She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from California State University, Fullerton.
Laura Barron Lopez Parents
Lopez is the daughter of Mexican immigrants. Her father is Roberto Lopez while the name of her mother is unknown. Her parents immigrated to the US in search of a better life.
Laura Barron Lopez Nationality
Barron is an American national born to Mexican parents.
Laura Barron Lopez Is She Married
Laura is not married but she has managed to keep her personal life away from her public. There is no public information available about who or whether she is dating.
Laura Barron Lopez PBS NewsHour
Barrón is PBS NewsHour White House correspondent covering the Biden administration for the program. She joined PBS in June 2022 where she replaced Yamiche Alcindor, who left in March for NBC News to become its Washington correspondent. She is also a CNN Political Analyst since 2019.
Laura began her career in journalism while she was a freshman at California State University, Fullerton. She wrote for the Daily Titan and by her sophomore year, she was a news editor. She majored in Political Science as she wanted to become an expert in what she covered.
She was accepted into a Washington, D.C. journalism program as a junior. This placed her in an internship with Roll Call, an established Capitol Hill newspaper. By the time she graduated she had interned at The Orange County Register for more than a year and had completed a summer internship at The Oregonian.
Immediately after graduation, she landed a fellowship in D.C. at the trade publication Environment & Energy Publishing. In 2020, she was selected as “Alum of the Year” by the Department of Politics, Administration and Justice.
In October 2013, she landed her first time full-time job as an energy and environment reporter for The Hill newspaper. From the Hill, she joined Huffington Post as one of their lead congressional reporters, covering both the House and Senate.
In October 2017, she joined Washington Examiner as a political reporter. While there, she proposed a new beat for the Examiner covering Democrats in Congress and the party’s strategy heading into 2018 and 2020.
Laura Barron Lopez Politico
Laura is a former White House correspondent and national political reporter for Politico. She joined Politico in December 2018 as a national political reporter, covering the presidential election, race and demographics. In January 2021 she became POLITICO White House Correspondent. As a senior reporter, she helped cover demographics and ensure that typically forgotten voters, including African Americans and Latinos.
Laura Barron Lopez CNN
Laura is a political analyst for CNN. She joined CNN in the summer of 2019.
Laura Barron Lopez Ethnicity
Barron is of latino ethnicity.
Laura Barron Lopez Salary
As a PBS NewsHour White House Correspondent, she earns an estimated annual base salary of $90,000.
Laura Barron Lopez Net worth
She has an estimated net worth of $2 million.