Selina Wang works in Asia as an international correspondent for CNN. She covers major events and stories from the Asia-Pacific region. Previously she worked in Beijing for Bloomberg TV as a correspondent as well as an anchor. Prior to that, she worked for both Bloomberg News, Television, as well as Bloomberg Businessweek Magazine in San Francisco, her role was to cover the social media industry, the global technology industry, and also venture capital.
Selina Wang Age
Selina was born in Beijing China in1990. As of 2021, she is 31 years old.
Selina Wang Height
Selina is 5 ft 4 in / 1.6 m tall.
Selina Wang Parents
Selina was born in Beijing China to her parents, they are of Asian drop. However, she hasn’t released much about them and her sibling’s research is ongoing and will be updated soon.
Selina Wang Husband
Selina is a married woman to her husband whose name she hasn’t revealed, they met while she paid a visit to San Fransico.
Selina Wang Education
Selina graduated with an Economics degree as well as a secondary degree in government from Harvard University.
Selina Wang Salary
Selina receives an annual salary of $ 86,569. This is according to Correspondents salaries.
Selina Wang Net Worth
Selinas estimated net worth is $1 million.
Selina Wang Career
Selina Wang works in Asia as an international correspondent for CNN. She covers major events and stories from the Asia-Pacific region. Previously she worked in Beijing for Bloomberg TV as a correspondent as well as an anchor. Prior to that, she worked for both Bloomberg News, Television, as well as Bloomberg Businessweek Magazine in San Francisco.
Selina worked for Bloomberg News In 2014, and she covered cross-border investments at Bloomberg News’ San Francisco bureau, the global technology industry together with venture capital, she worked as a fill-in anchor for the flagship technology show for Bloomberg Television, a contributor to Bloomberg Television, her roles were such as writing investigative, breaking news, feature stories for Bloomberg Terminal, Businessweek Magazine, and Bloomberg.com.
She has conducted interviews with well-known people investors for Bloomberg News and TV also intent executives; they include Forbes Midas Investors Bill Gurley and Jenny Lee; CEO of SAP, the CEO of iQiyi, GoPro’s CEO; co-founder of Virgin Hyperloop One, GoPro’s CEO, CEO of Symantec, President of Alibaba along with Masayoshi Son (the SoftBank CEO), Loans CEO. Additionally, she has written cover stories for Businessweek Magazine, her exemplary work has won an honorable mention by the Society of American Business Editors and also the Front Page Award given by the Newswomen’s Club of New York.
She has anchored Bloomberg’s 24/7 live streaming show on Twitter @TicTocNews as well as the radio show Bloomberg Markets. She at times appears on other news channels like CBS, BBC, NPR News where she discusses her breaking news stories. She has worked for Bloomberg News in Hong Kong and New York City, she covered Chinese technology giants as well as Asia investments while she worked there. Prior to that, she has worked, on consumer beats, insurance, and investment. She is Chinese by nationality and her ethnicity is Asian.