Diana Olick Biography
Diana Olick works at CNBC as a real estate correspondent. However, for “Outstanding Blog” in 2015 led to her work “Reality Check” in CNBC.com to win the Gracie Award. She also worked on “NBC Nightly News” and NBC’s “Today”. As a contributor to real estate expertise and she is a frequent guest on NPR.
Diana Olick Age
Olick was born in New York City, United States of America in 1968. However, she has not shared out details on her exact day of birth. She is around 54 years old as of 2021.
Diana Olick Height
Olick is 5 ft 6 in/1.67 m tall.
Diana Olick Education
Olick received a degree in Comparative Literature. With a minor in Soviet Studies from Columbia University. Then she earned a master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University.
Diana Olick Family
Olick’s father is called Philip S. Olick. Philip S. Olick works at Moses & Singer, a New York law firm as an attorney and a senior partner. She has not shared much about her moms, but it’s known that she is a former assistant corporation counsel at the New York City Law Department.
Diana Olick Husband
Olick is blissfully married to her handsome husband Scott Wagner Gold. Scott Wagner Gold works at the Schieffelin & Somerset Company in New York as a marketing consultant. They exchanged vows in 1999, Scott’s parents are Paula Gold of Boston and Herbert Gold. Together they have twins, Noah and Maddie.
Diana Olick Salary
Olick annually earns a salary of $75, 000, according to CNBC correspondent’s salaries.
Diana Olick Net Worth
Olick’s estimated net worth is $ 2 million.
Diana Olick Career
Olick started working in Bangor, Maine at WABI-TV. Then she began working in Grand Rapids, Michigan, at WZZM-TV, after Olick worked in Seattle, Washington State at KIRO-TV. She then worked at CBS for seven years, as a news reporter to evening news anchor.
And also the host of “The Early Show”, then she moved to CNBC and began working. As a real estate correspondent in September 2002, she also is a writer of the “Reality Check” show. Host of “On the Money” from 2014 to 2019, among many other contributions.