Chief International Correspondent of CNBC television, Michelle Caruso-Cabrera was born in Dayton, Ohio in 1967. She is a former co-host at the Worldwide Exchange Program and is credited by CNBC.com as a General Assignment Reporter. The reporter is also a co-anchor of ‘’Power Lunch’’ which air Monday to Friday. She also reported live from Iran on the state of the economy and also covered news from Brazil in 2016. She has grabbed different awards for her works.
Early Life and Career:
50-year-old Journalist got graduated from Wellesley College in 1991 holding a degree in economics. She served as a reporter for WTSP-TV in Florida in before joining CNBC in 1998. She worked as a reporter and later she was awarded Emmy Award for a series on children with HIV/AIDS. In 2004 she grabbed Broadcaster of the year award from the National Association of Hispanic Journalist. A talented correspondent has written a book titled ‘’You Know I’m Right More Prosperity, Less Government’’. The writer has focused on correcting nation’s economic and social woes. Caruso started serving Power Lunch in 2009. She used to work at same program in 2002 to 2003. She is now a co-anchor of Power Punch which runs from Monday to Friday.
Correspondent’s father belongs to Italian descent, and her mother belongs to Cuban exile. American reporter got married in 1999 and had divorce soon after with her husband. She was married to Paulo Lima. In 2008 she was found dating with wall street investment banker. It is also found that she got engaged in 2015 inside the wiki, but the information is not entirely revealed. However, she claims it as fake news about her relationship and affairs after her separation. The reporter has no children and is not seen dating boyfriend or having affairs. Let’s just say she is single and enjoying her independent life.
Net Worth and Salary:
The reporter has started her career at her young age. She holds the position of Chief Correspondent which clearly shows she is a millionaire. She has worked with various TV programs and raised her fame. It is estimated that reporter, as well as a writer, has an approximate net worth of $4 million in her account. We’ve found that annual salary of CNBC correspondent is in the approximate range of $155,685. She also works as co-anchor. Correspondent net worth may grow more in upcoming days because of hard work and fame.
Michelle Caruso-Cabrera holds the position of Chief International Correspondent. She stands at the height of 5 feet 5 inch and her body measurement is 37-27-35. She is of Hispanic ethnicity. The reporter has owned Emmy awards and best broadcaster. She also serves Power Punch at CNBC from Monday to Friday.