MICHELLE CARUSO CABRERA, BIO, AGE, FAMILY, HUSBAND, SCHOOL, SALARY, NET WORTH, CNBC

Michelle Caruso-Cabrera Biography

Michelle Caruso Cabrera is a CNBC TV business news reporter. In ET, she co-hosted the Worldwide Exchange. In addition, she co-hosted a show with Bill Griffeth.

How old is Michelle Caruso-Cabrera? – Age

She was born on 9 February 1967 in Dayton, Ohio, United States. She is 54 years as of 2021.

Where did Michelle Caruso-Cabrera go to school? – Education

In 1987, she graduated from Nashua High School. She went to Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she paid her tuition in part with a National Merit Scholarship and earnings from her first summer work as a server at Pizza Hut. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in economics. She was chosen editor of the college newspaper before graduation, and she began working as a stringer for The New York Times in 1991, reporting for the education section.

Michelle – Family

Born in Dayton, Ohio, Caruso-Cabrera grew up in Nashua, New Hampshire. Caruso-Cabrera is a working-class Italian and Cuban immigrant’s daughter and granddaughter. Her father is Kenneth Cabrera, and her mother is Mario Caruso. In 2007, she lived in Northern New Jersey with her husband, Paulo Lima.

Michelle’s Husband

Caruso-Cabrera is currently married to Stephen Dizard, an investment banker and Republican Party supporter who had donated over $400,000 to Republicans back in 2020.

They married in 2014. She and her husband moved to Sunnyside, Queens, after living several years in Manhattan’s Trump International Hotel and Tower near Columbus Circle.

Michelle Caruso Cabrera The CNBC journalist
Michelle Caruso Cabrera The CNBC journalist

What is Caruso-Cabrera’s Salary?

Her salary is unknown.

Caruso-Cabrera Net Worth

Her net worth is estimated to be $4 million.

Caruso-Cabrera Career

To pay the rent and feed their children, Michelle’s grandparents worked long nighttime shifts and took perilous occupations in the meatpacking industry when they first came in America. Michelle learned the value of working hard, budgeting sensibly, and investing intelligently from her parents and grandparents. Michelle’s enthusiasm for public service and commitment to ensure that everyone may realize the American dream was instilled in her by watching her grandparents and parents work long hours. Michelle began her professional career as a producer at Univision News after graduating from college. She was fluent in Spanish and covered crucial topics for Latin American immigrants, winning an Emmy for a series she produced on orphaned children as a result of the AIDS crisis. Michelle then worked for WTSP-TV, a CBS station in St. Petersburg, Florida, for four years as a general assignment reporter covering crime and hurricanes. Michelle worked at CNBC for the following 20 years as a financial analyst, main reporter, and anchor. She traversed the world as the Chief International Correspondent, reporting live from Cuba, Iran, Ukraine, Iraq, Italy, Russia, Venezuela, and Latin America.

She covered and reported on a variety of global events and financial problems, including the Greek debt crisis, the Brexit referendum, the 2008 financial crisis in the United States, and the US elections. Michelle was awarded one of Hispanic Business Magazine’s “100 Most Influential Hispanics” in the country, as well as Broadcaster of the Year by the National Association of Hispanic Journalists. She is a passionate supporter of the Ballet Hispanico de New York, where she has been on the board for 16 years and is currently the Vice President of the Board.
Michelle has been a proud New Yorker for the past X years, and she lives in Long Island City with her husband, Stephen. Michelle is running for Comptroller because she believes that, at a time when New York City’s economy is in crisis, many New Yorkers are out of work, and small businesses are struggling to survive, we need a Comptroller with the background, financial experience, and steady leadership required to put people back to work, ensure the city’s dollars are spent and invested wisely, and guide New York City through these unprecedented times.

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