Gianno Caldwell Biography
This is what you need to know about Gianno Caldwell, an American political analyst on FOX News Political News, who has featured on various channels including Fox News, Fox Business, and CNN. He is also the founder of the Caldwell Strategic Consulting, a firm based in Washington, D.C., and is a contributor to The Hill and The Washington Times.
Gianno Caldwell Age
Caldwell was born on the 27th December 1986, in Chicago, Illinois, USA. He celebrates his birthday on 27, December every year.
Gianno Caldwell Height
- Not Known.
Gianno Caldwell Family
Caldwell has credited his family for their love and support although, is mother was a cocaine addict, so at the age of 10, Caldwell went to live with his grandmother. He has two younger brothers, Christian and Matthew, and an elder sister. His father’s influence on him as he taught him the importance of wearing a suit and Caldwell dreamt of becoming an elected official or a pastor
Gianno Caldwell Wife
Caldwell has not shared any information about his current love life. This information will be updated as soon as it is available.
Gianno Caldwell Salary
Caldwell receives an annual average salary of $75,000. This is according to Fox 4 News anchors/reporter’s salaries.
Gianno Caldwell Net Worth
Caldwell has an estimated Net Worth of 100k to $1 million dollars. Her career as an actor is her primary source of income.
Gianno Caldwell Education
He went to Grand Canyon University and graduated and he holds a bachelor’s of science degree in psychology.
Gianno Caldwell Fox News
Caldwell is an American political analyst on FOX News Political News, who has featured on various channels including Fox News, Fox Business, and CNN. He is also the founder of the Caldwell Strategic Consulting, a firm based in Washington, D.C., and is a contributor to The Hill and The Washington Times.
He began his government relations career serving as the director of government relations for Naperville Township, a local government agency in Illinois. His primary focus was to develop strategies to cut costs relative to transportation, health care, taxes, pensions, and local government.
He also worked for the Social Security Administration, leaving the agency after nearly seven years of service in numerous positions. In his last role with the administration, he worked as a senior legal analyst to the former federal national Medicare chief judge.