Maria Bartiromo who is an American television journalist, author as well as magazine columnist was born on 11th September 1967 in Brooklyn, New York. As a child, she was born as Maria Sara Bartiromo to an Italian-American parents. She was grown up in Dyker Heights section of the southern Brooklyn. As a teenager, Maria used to work at her father’s own Italian restaurant named Rex Manor where she used to check coats. Maria attended Fontbonne Hall Academy  which is located in Bay Ridge. It is the all girls Catholic High School. She then went on to join Long Island University but later attended New York University from where she got graduated with the Bachelor degree of Arts with majors in journalism and economics. 

At the beginning of her career, Maria had her first job in the year 1988. Maria joined the CNN as an intern. There, she worked in low paying as a producer as well as assignment editor. She was then hired by CNN in 1993 by replacing analyst Roy Blumberg. There, she started to report live from the floor of New York Stock Exchange. Later, she began to host and contribute to Market Watch and Squawk Box segments. It was announced on 18th November 2013 that Maria Bartiromo was going to leave CNBS for joining Fox Business Network. Later in January of the year 2014, Bartiromo joined the FBN as a Global markets Editor. At present, she is an anchor of Opening Bell with Maria Bartiromo. Additionally, he also hosts the Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo on FNC. 

To talk about her personal life, she is a married woman. She got married with to her hsubandJonathan Steinberg who is an executive officer of the Wisdom Tree Investments. Jonathan is the son of financier Saul Steinberg. The couple got married on 13th June 1999. They are having their blissful life, so there is very less chance and no any rumor about getting them divorced. She is one of the highly dignified woman and had made no scandal in her tv presenting career. 

Apart from that, Maria has received numbers of awards which also includes the Union League of Philadelphia’s Lincoln Statue Award in 2004, Excellence in Broadcast Journalism Award in 1997 which was presented by Coalition of Italo-American Associations, Gracie Award in 2008 for Outstanding Documentary, Emmy Award in the same year for Outstanding Coverage of A Breaking News Story, Emmy Award the following year for Outstanding Business and Economic Reporting, financial Times’ 50People Who Shaped the Decade in the year 2009 as well as the Cable Hall of Fame, first journalist to be inducted in the year 2011. Besides, Maria has also written three books which are entitled as Use the News: How to Separate Noise from Investment Nuggets and Make the Money in the Economy, The Weekend That Changed the Wall Street and The 10 Laws of Enduring the Success. 

Standing tall at the height of five feet and five inches, she has a net worth of $22 million. Maria also writes monthly columns for the USA Today. In addition to that, she has also written weekly columns for the Milano Finanza magazines and the Business Week. She has also wrote the monthly columns for Individual Investor, the Ticker and Reader’s Digest magazines. Besides that, Maria has also been published in Newsweek, Financial Times, Registered Rep, Town and Country, and the New York Post. Prior to that, Bartiromo is also the member of the Board of Directors of Young Global Leaders of World Economic Forum, Board of Trustees of New York University, Economic club of New York, the council on the Foreign Relations as well as the board of Directors of national Italian American Foundation. 


  • American
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  • 1967-09-11
  • Jurnalist
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  • $22 Million Dollars
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  • 36-32-42 inches
  • White
  • Jonathan Steinberg
  • New York University
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