Personal and Family Life
Jackie DeAngelis quite surprisingly hasn’t revealed her birth date and birth place to date. But she must have her own valid reason for being so secretive about her personal life and early childhood. She hasn't got her own bio on the wiki page so additional information on her private life is yet to be disclosed. She stands at a height of 5 feet and 5 inches. When some people pay dollars on an artificial product to keep up with their beauty, DeAngelis looks absolutely stunning in her natural beauty. And the way she carries of her short haircut is something that no one can match.
DeAngelis graduated Cum Laude from Cornell University where she studied Asian Studies and History. Later she attended Rutgers School of Law from where she earned a Juris Doctorate. She is a multi-talented person and can fluently speak Mandarin and Farsi.
DeAngelis love life is the talk of the town for quite a long now. All her fans want to know whether this television beauty is in a relationship or still single. While some people are dying to be in a relationship, she is the one who just seems to be completely focused on her work. She must have got numerous proposals but putting them all aside she is too focused on her CNBC’s show ‘Future Now’. Despite being a workaholic, she let her fun loving side go on which we learned from her Twitter profile.
Career and Professional
DeAngelis initially started her career as a technology analyst at Oaktree capital, detecting investment prospects and emerging markets. She was destined to be a television reporter and while working as a technology expert she happened to get a job offer on CNBC. She didn’t let go such life time opportunity and soon joined the network with a duty titled Director of Strategic Programming and Development in 2008. She landed as a host of Future Now, an online show after impressing her seniors with hard work and dedications. In the show, she interviews newsmakers, market movers and provides an in-depth report of an imminent market. She was the presenter for MSNBC and NBC’s ‘Today’ and also hosted CNBC’s ‘Worldwide Exchange’, a global business news program.
She then covered the market bustle for CNBC’s international program, and to attract and increase numerous viewers she started interviewing prominent business leaders. OPEC Secretary General Abdalla El-Badri, Saudi Arabian Finance Minister Ibrahim Al-Assaf are the only name of few of them. She provided detail coverage in the island nation of Bahrain and also reported the Arab Spring. Her work assignments also include creating financial series and producing network specials with business magnate Warren Buffett, President Bill Clinton, and Microsoft CEO Bill Gates. She was also nominated for Emmy Award for her outstanding work on ‘Investing in America: A CNBC Town Hall Event with President Obama’.
Net Worth and Salary
DeAngelis net worth and salary is missing from her bios. She has maintained a low key profile. But her number of CNBC’s show surely earned her a net worth of five digit figures or more.