Abigail Daniella Phillip is a digital news reporter and known as a political analyst in CNN white House team based in Washington, DC.
In 2017, Phillip joined CNN from the Washington Post to cover the Trump Administration. Before CNN, she worked as a news reporter for ABC News.
Abby Phillip is only the child to her parents June Carlos W. Phillip and C. Phillip. The 29 years old Journalist was a bright student in childhood.
Having been accepted to Harvard University straight out in the first attempt, Abby graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Arts with Major in Government in 2010. She was initially interested in becoming Cardiologist, but she turned down her interest in Journalism when she was assigned to work on a blog.
Abby’s Career and Net Worth
Abby started her career as an intern on her last college semester, writing articles for a newspaper- which often got featured on the front pages.
In 2010, she joined POLITICO as White House reporter and covered campaign finance and lobbying.
Abby switched to ABC news in 2012; she wrote mostly on political and election campaigns in the beginning later she worked as a digital reporter for politics in ABC.
She joined CNN in 2017 after The Washington Post.
Abby has worked on so many high profile companies, and as a reporter, she probably earned in thousands. According to glassdoor.com, the average salary of CNN reporter ranges from amount $87,085 to $187,168.
Abby Phillip is a Married woman? Who is her Husband?
Abby Phillip mets her husband, Marcus Richardson– a managing consultant in mobile app Security Company – at a party in 2011 and they both started to communicate with each other.
Abby Phillip got engaged with Marcus Richardson just after another day of 2016 Christmas. She shared the pictures of her engagement with Marcus on the next day of ceremony 27 Dec 2016 on Instagram.
Abby got married to Marcus Richardson on May 2017.
Abby is enjoying her married life with Marcus after the day they exchanged their engagement rings. Hope this love remains constant in between them and both life longer as they planned.