Ramy Inocencio Biography

Ramy Inocencio is a CBS News Asia journalist based in Beijing. He joined CBS News in April 2019 and is a regular contributor to all of the network’s shows and platforms.

How old is Ramy Inocencio? – Age

His actual age has remained a mystery.

Where did Ramy Inocencio go to school? – Education

He graduated with honors from the College of William and Mary in Virginia.

Ramy Inocencio – Family

His father is a Filipino, while his mother is a Singaporean. In the United States, he is the eldest son of immigrant parents.

Inocencio’s Wife

He is married to Hsin-I Huang, a Mandarin Chinese-speaking Taiwanese classical pianist and Queens College professor in New York. One of their pets is Cooper, a South Korean rescue dog.

Rami Inocencio The CBS journalist
Rami Inocencio The CBS journalist

What is Inocencio Salary?

His annual income is expected to be $75,845.

Inocencio Net Worth

His estimated net worth is $856,734.

Ramy Inocencio Career

He has two decades of experience broadcasting across Asia, America, and Europe, capturing many of the world’s most significant international news topics, including live coverage and original reporting of major geopolitical events, natural catastrophes, and rising technological trends.
Before joining CBS News, he worked in New York for “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.” He covered the first face-to-face encounter between President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping from Mar-a-Lago, reported from Paris on the 2016 Bastille Day terror attack, and traveled across the United States in 2015 for his technological innovation series “Wiring the World.” He also conducted two daily Bloomberg Radio podcasts on US-Asia Pacific economic and financial connections.
Prior to joining Bloomberg, he worked at the Wall Street Journal as the Deputy Asia-Pacific Editor for video streaming operations and the Hong Kong host of the WSJ’s weekly technology show “Digits.”

He has reported from the ground in Asia on events such as Typhoon Haiyan’s devastation in the Philippines in 2013, Hong Kong’s pro-democracy Umbrella Revolution in 2014, and Pope Francis’ first visit to the Philippines in 2015.

He previously worked in Hong Kong as a CNN International Asia business reporter and in New York City as a CNN NASDAQ correspondent. Among the renowned business personalities and politicians he has interviewed are J. Crew CEO Mickey Drexler, Cathay Pacific CEO John Slosar, Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, US Federal Reserve President James Bullard of St. Louis, as well as Hong Kong Chief Secretary Anson Chan. In the year 2000, Inocencio volunteered with the Peace Corps in remote Sichuan province, where he taught environmental science to college students. He went on to work for the World Wildlife Fund in Beijing, as a national drive-time DJ for China Radio International, and as a TV host for CCTV International.

Inocencio has operated as the Asian American Journalists Association’s (AAJA) national senior vice president and as the global co-lead of Bloomberg’s Pan-Asian Community. He believes in diversity in journalism, internationalism, and volunteerism (BPAC). Inocencio is a past president of the East-West Center’s (EWC) New York alumni chapter, a Hawaii-based think tank devoted to strengthening relations and understanding between the US, Asia, and the Pacific. Under the EWC, he was a 2009 Asia-Pacific Leadership Program fellow and a 2019 Asia-Pacific Journalism Fellows program fellow in Taiwan. In 2016, he was named one of the “50 Best Asian Americans in Business” by the Asian American Business Development Center in New York.

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