Maria Sara Bartiromo is a famous American television journalist, author, and columnist for a magazine. She was born in the year 1967, 11th September, which makes her 48 years of age. She also has authored three different books. She hosts a program named Mornings with Maria and she has been the Global Markets editor for the Fox Business Network. Her bio includes the following details.

She is from New York city and went to the New York University. She also has a working experience in the CNN before joining the CNBC television. In the year 2013, 18th November, it was announced that she would be joining FOX news and FOX Business Network. When in CNBC, she also was anchor for the Closing Bell and managing editor for the On the Money with Maria Bartiromo. She also has been credited for being the first ever reporter to have broadcasted the New York Stock Exchange Live from its floor which had the highest rating. She also has made some television appearances and has been awarded with numerous awards and accolades which include the Cable Hall of Fame. She also has been hosting for the Fox Business Global Power Players Segment.

Her father’s name is Vincent and her mother’s name is Josephine and she is Italian-American. She spent her childhood in the Dyker Heights at the section of Southern Brooklyn. She went to the Fontbonne Hall Academy which is situated in the Bay Ridge and then she later graduated from the New York University, possessing a Bachelor of Arts degree with majors in economics and journalism.

She spent five whole years as a producer for the CNN Business News before she joined to the CNBC in the year 1993. She had replaced Roy Blumberg, analyst, at the CNBC when she started reporting live from the floor of New York Exchange and contributing to the Market Watch and Squawk Box segments.

As stated above, she also is a magazine columnist; she writes a monthly column for the USA today named “One-on-One”.

In the year 2013, 18th November, it was publicized that she would be leaving CNBC to join the Fox Business Network. The CNBC also issued a statement about her departure from the network. Her deal with the Fox Business states that she would be anchoring the daily market hour program and she would be having a role on the Fox News Channel as well.

Her awards and achievements include Excellence in Broadcast Journalism Award which was presented by the collaboration of Italio-American Associations in the year 1997; Emmy Awards for her outstanding coverage of a breaking news story in the year 2008; Lincoln Statue Award from the Union League of Philadelphia in the year 2004; Gracie Award for outstanding documentary in the year 2008; Cable Hall of Fame, first journalist to be inducted in the year 2011.

She got married to Jonathan Steinberg, who is the Chief Executive Officer of the Wisdom Tree Investments and also is the son of Saul Steinberg; they have been living happily as husband and wife till date. She earns an average salary of about a million dollars in a year and her net worth is about 22 million dollars according to the latest report. 



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