Chloe Arensberg is a Washington-based senior producer for “CBS This Morning,” where she oversees the regional coverage of the program.
Previously, Arensberg served as Asia bureau chief for CBS News. While based in China, she directed the news division’s coverage of the region, and managed both the Beijing and Tokyo bureaus of CBS News.
Since joining CBS News in 2002, Arensberg has distinguished herself as a top producer at the network and a key part of the news team. She’s covered such major international and national news events as: the 2015 earthquake in Nepal; the Hong Kong protests in 2014; the regional disputes in the South China Sea; the 2004, 2008 and 2012 Presidential campaigns; Hurricane Katrina, and the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. She has also made two trips to North Korea.
Her contribution to CBS News’ team coverage of the 2012 Newtown tragedy earned her a 2012-2013 Alfred I. duPont Columbia University Award.
At CBS News, Arensberg has held a number of key positions within the New York and Washington, D.C. newsrooms.
While a White House producer for the “CBS Evening News,” Arensberg traveled with President Barack Obama to 24 countries on six continents. She reported on congressional battles regarding the fiscal cliff, health care, gun control, and the government shutdown. She also covered such major international policy issues as Libya, Syria, Iran, Benghazi, NSA surveillance, and Ukraine.
She earned a bachelor’s degree from Barnard College, Columbia University and a master’s degree from the Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government.