HomeArticleAmerican Political Journalist Lisa Desjardins Is Happily Married!! Meet Her Husband And Family
American Political Journalist Lisa Desjardins Is Happily Married!! Meet Her Husband And Family
Updated On 14 Mar, 2019 Published On 29 Oct, 2018
Lisa Desjardins is an inspiration to women all around the world who want to pursue their career as a journalist. She has dedicated almost 20 years of her life in journalism. She currently works as a correspondent at the PBS NewsHour who previously worked for the CNN Radio and Associated Press.
She has been on the field for so many years, does that mean her personal life is not as perfect? Is she married? Who is her husband? We have all the details of her personal life here!!!
Lisa Desjardins Is Happily Married!! Meet Her Husband
Like many other famous TV personalities, we know so far, Lisa Desjardins is quite protective about her personal life. She never talks about her private affairs in the media, still, we are aware of the fact that she's a happily married woman.
She tied the knot to her husband Jason Desjardins for 11 years now and we are so sure that the two are still going on strong!
Though the former CNN correspondent prefers to maintain her family life in privacy, we are so happy that she manages to share some of the amazing moments of her life.
Lisa Desjardins' Career Details
Desjardins started her career working at the local TV station WBTW in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. However, for some reasons, she was fired from the station between 1998 and 1999.
Before joining Columbia NBC-affiliate WIS as a political reporter, she worked as a freelance reporter for The Sun News. She reported 2004 presidential election, Medicaid, hurricanes and the Irag War being a newswoman at the Washington, D.C. bureau of the Associated Press.
In 2005, she joined CNN and worked in the network for nine years. Apart from being CNN Radio's Congress correspondent, she also worked for CNN.com and CNN's news channel. She was fired from the CNN including many other employees in 2014.
Here's a video of Lisa Desjardins waving goodbye to CNN network. Enjoy!
In 2008, she received a Peabody Award for covering the 2008 presidential primaries. Furthermore, she grabbed a Sigma Delta Chi Award reporting the 2010 Haiti earthquake.