Adam Wright is a national security consultant based in Washington D.C. He, however, is best known by the public as the husband of CNN journalist Pamela Brown.
Husband of CNN Reporter Pamela Brown
Adam Wright is married to journalist Pamela Brown for the past three years. The pair tied the knot on June 5, 2017, in Kentucky in a lavish wedding. The ceremony was attended by many of CNN's employees, including Jeff Zucker and Dana Bash.
Pamela and Wright first started dating in 2014 after being introduced to one another by a mutual friend. After more than eighteen months of a long-distance relationship, th repair moved in together and after few months got engaged.
Through his marriage to Pamela, he is son-in-law to former KFC owner and former Governor of Kentucky John Y. Brown Jr. and former Miss America and sportscaster late Phyllis George. His mother-in-law died on May 14, 2020, at the age of seventy. Wright is also brother-in-law to Lincoln Brown, a entrepreneur.
Recently Welcomed A Daughter
Adam Wright and his wife are proud parents of two children. The couple's first child, a son named Benny Wright, was born in June 2018.
The couple welcomed their second child, a daughter, Vivienne Wright, in February 2020. Both of the children were able to meet their maternal grandmother before she passed away.
Career and Net Worth
Adam currently works as a Consultant at GNOSIS, a national security-focused consultancy based in the Washington D.C. area.
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Before GNOSIS, he worked in Valens Global LLC, Port Shell Molding, JLM Direct Funding, and many more. As of 2020, his net worth is estimated to be $300,000.
On the other hand, Adam's wife Pamela Brown is a Senior White House correspondent at CNN as well as a daughter of two multi-millionaires. Her Net worth is estimated to be $2.5 million.
Quick Facts: Adam Wright
- Adam is four years older than his wife.
- His Instagram is in private mode.
- Wright is an alum of The Pembroke Hill School, Kansas.
- He has limited working proficiency in Arabic.
- Wright graduated from Penn State University with a degree in Political Science in 2019.