Diana Olick Biography
Diana Olick is a multi-award-winning broadcaster who presently works for CNBC as a senior climate and real estate correspondent. Her climate and real estate expertise have also been featured on NBC News NOW, MSNBC, NBC’s “Today,” and “NBC Nightly News.” She’s a frequent guest on NPR and C-SPAN.
How old is Diana Olick? – Age
She was born in 1968 in New York the United States of America. She is 54 years as of 2022.
Where did Diana Olick go to school? – Education
Olick earned a B.A. in comparative literature with a minor in Soviet studies from Columbia College in New York, as well as a master’s in journalism from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.
Diana Olick – Family
Her father, Philip S., was born in New York City, New York. Olick is a well-known lawyer who previously worked as a senior partner in a New York firm.
Diana Olick Husband
Scott Wagner Gold, a marketing expert, is Olick’s happily married partner. They’ve been married since 1999. Noah and Maddie, twins, are the couple’s children.
Diana Olick’s Height
She is 5ft 6 inches ( 1.67m) tall.
What is Olick’s Salary?
She receives an annual estimated salary of $93,140.
Olick Net Worth
Her net worth is predicted to be $1 million.
Diana Olick Career
Diana Olick is a freelance writer who lives in New York Careers on CNBC
CNBC’s senior climate and real estate correspondent, Olick, is a two-time Emmy Award-winning journalist. Her climate and real estate expertise have also been featured on NBC News NOW, NBC’s “Today,” MSNBC, and “NBC Nightly News.” She’s a frequent guest on NPR and C-SPAN. She won the Gracie Award for “Outstanding Blog” in 2015 for her work on CNBC.com. Soon after joining CNBC in 2002, Olick noticed the enormous growth in the property market, which he attributed to investor flipping, and created the network’s real estate beat.
She is well-versed in both commercial and residential real estate, as well as the mortgage business. Olick was a trailblazer in covering the housing bubble, subprime mortgage catastrophe, and subsequent housing slump. She’s also the lead author for CNBC.com’s real estate page, which she started.
In 2018, Olick proposed a new show for the network called “Rising Risks,” which would examine all aspects of climate change’s growing threat to real estate. Olick became the full-time climate reporter for all industries in 2021 when the series extended beyond real estate. She attended the COP26 United Nations climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland, in the same year and reported on government, corporate, and private sector activities in the fight against climate change.
In early 2022, Olick will launch a new climate series called Clean Start, which will track venture capital money going into climate companies. The show airs once a week and has its own page on CNBC.com/clean-start.
Olick spent seven years as a journalist for CBS News prior to joining CNBC. Olick worked as a local news reporter for WABI-TV in Bangor, Maine, WZZM-TV in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and KIRO-TV in Seattle. She began her career with CBS in 1994 as a reporter for “The Early Show” and “The CBS Evening News with Dan Rather” in New York. She has appeared on a variety of programs, including “48 Hours” and “Sunday Morning.”
Olick reported the World Trade Center conspiracy trial, the JonBenet Ramsey murder investigation, the TWA Flight 800 catastrophe, and the trial of Oklahoma City bomber Terry Nichols for CBS News in New York, Dallas, and Washington, D.C. She also did some freelance work for CBS.
Diana Olick Instagram and Twitter
- Her Instagram account is (@dianaolick).
- Her Twitter account is (@DianaOlick).