Suzanne Malveaux CNN, Bio, Age, Wiki, Family, Salary and Net Worth

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Suzanne Malveaux Wiki

Suzanne Malveaux is an American TV Journalist who was born on December 4th, 1966 in  Lansing, Michigan, USA. She was born of Floyd J. And Myrna Maria Ruiz Malveaux.

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Suzanne Malveaux Biography

Her first job was a general assignment reporter for New England Cable News in Boston, Massachusetts. She later took a position in reporting local news for NBC affiliate WRC-TV before she joined NBC networks in 1999.

She has three siblings; Suzette M. Malveaux, Courtney M. Malveaux, and Gregory F. Malveaux. As White House correspondent, Malveaux has interviewed former presidents George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush, as well as former first lady Laura Bush. Her coverage of presidential trips overseas has taken her to Europe, the Balkans, Southeast Asia, Africa, Australia, Latin America, and the Middle East.

In June 2015, A London gay pride parade included a parody ISIL flag, replacing the Arabic letters with dildos and butt plugs. Malveaux described the presence of an ISIS flag at a gay pride parade as “unnerving” before a seven-minute live cross to a CNN “terrorism expert” in London.

She worked for New England Cable News as a general assignment reporter in Boston, Massachusetts where she then moved to work with NBC affiliates WRC-TV reporting local and crime news.

In 1999, She joined NBC News. She worked in Washington DC for three years where she even worked as a Pentagon correspondent. She mostly covered national stories. She moderated the 31st annual convention of the National Association of Black Journalists and has also served on various panels of the NABJ where she is a member.

In advance of the Democratic and Republican national conventions, Malveaux anchored a 90-minute documentary on then-Senator Barack Obama as part of a two-part series on the 2008 general election presidential candidates. Additionally, she served as a panelist questioning the candidates in the Democratic presidential primary debate in South Carolina sponsored by CNN and the Congressional Black Caucus Institute in January 2008. She also played a key role in CNN’s 2004 election coverage and its Emmy-winning 2006 election coverage.

Malveaux later augmented her White House reporting by serving as the primary substitute anchor for The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer, a two-hour-long program that airs every weekday on CNN. In 2011, she was named dayside anchor of CNN Newsroom. In 2012, she became the host of Aspire TV network’s eight-part series, “The Root 100”.

Suzanne Malveaux Age

Suzanne was born on December 4th, 1966 in Lansing, Michigan, USA.

Suzanne Malveaux Family

She was born of Floyd J. And Myrna Maria Ruiz Malveaux. She has three siblings; Suzette M. Malveaux, Courtney M. Malveaux, and Gregory F. Malveaux. Suzanne’s father, Floyd Joseph Malveaux is a medical doctor, an expert on asthma and allergic diseases. The man is a Professor of Microbiology and Medicine at Howard University.

Suzanne Malveaux Relationship

There are photos of her and Karine Jean-Pierre circulating the internet and this has made people know that she is gay. The two look lovely together and it came as a surprise to many that she is gay.

Suzanne Malveaux Sorority

She is an honorary member of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority. Alpha Kappa Alpha is a Greek-lettered sorority, first established by African American women in college. Their membership is for college-educated women. The organization was founded on five basic beliefs/precepts:

To cultivate and encourage high scholastic and ethical standards, to promote unity and friendship among college women, to study and help alleviate problems concerning girls and women in order to improve their social stature, to maintain a progressive interest in college life, and to be of ‘Service to All Mankind’

Suzanne Malveaux  Net Worth

The American TV journalist Suzanne Malveaux has an estimated net worth of around $3 million while her salary is thought to be somewhat more than $500K per year.

Suzanne Malveaux CNN

Award-winning journalist Suzanne Malveaux serves as the network’s national correspondent, covering politics, national news, international events, and culture. Previously, she co-anchored CNN’s Around The World and co-anchored the network’s Emmy-winning coverage of the revolution in Egypt and the network’s Peabody Award-winning coverage of the Arab Spring.

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