Popular female CNN anchors include Christiane Amanpour, Brooke Baldwin, Fredricka Whitfield and Carol Costello. Well-known female reporters are Dana Bash, Elizabeth Cohen, Jeanne Moos and Gloria Borger.
Christiane Amanpour is the chief international correspondent for the network and anchors "Amanpour"
on CNN International. She joined CNN in 1983 at an entry-level position and has built a reputation as a tough, uncompromising journalist.
Brooke Baldwin anchors the CNN newsroom on weekday afternoons. She works out of the network's New York office. She arrived at CNN in 2008 and has been at the center of many breaking news stories.
Fredricka Whitfield anchors the weekend edition of "CNN Newsroom" out of the network's world headquarters in Atlanta. She joined the network in 2002 and has reported stories from all over the world.
Carol Costello anchors "CNN Newsroom" on weekday mornings. She went to work for CNN in 2001 and operates out of the New York office.
Dana Bash is the network's chief political correspondent. She has held this position at CNN since 2008 and has covered both houses of Congress since 2006.
Elizabeth Cohen is an award-winning senior medical correspondent known for her coverage on a variety of health-related topics. She joined the network in 1991.
Jeanne Moos is a national news correspondent for CNN, where she has worked since 1981. She is known for her reports on unique and off-beat topics.
CNN's chief political analyst Gloria Borger appears regularly on many of the network's shows to deliver insight into the nation's political scene. She joined CNN in 2007.