Suzanne Malveaux Biography
Suzanne Malveaux works for CNN News as a Washington DC correspondent, also she co-anchored a number of programs on CNN like The Situation Room and the Newsroom and. Before she worked in Washington DC from 1996 to 1999 for WRC TV News as a correspondent. She did also work on some programs on NBC News as a correspondent and full-time news anchor.
Suzanne Malveaux Age
Malveaux was born in 1966 on December 4, in Lancing, Michigan, the United States. She is 55 years old in 2021.
Suzanne Malveaux Height
Malveaux is 5 feet 6 inches/1.7m tall.
Suzanne Malveaux Weight
Suzanne maintains a bodyweight of 58 kilograms.
Suzanne Malveaux Education
Malveaux completed her high school course at Centennial High School in Ellicott City, Maryland. Then she graduated from Howard University with a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology. She then went to Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and got herself a Master’s degree in broadcast journalism in 1991.
Suzanne Malveaux Family
Malveaux’s parents are Floyd Joseph Malveaux and Myrna Maria Ruiz, her father was a doctor and also the founder of Howard University’s National Human Genome Center, and her mother was a former school teacher. She has three siblings; Gregory F. Mlavesaux who works as an associate professor of English at Montgomery; Courtney M. Malveaux and her identical twin named Suzette M. Malveaux.
Suzanne Malveaux Partner
Suzanne is openly gay and is in a relationship with Karine Jean-Pierre, the White House Deputy Press Secretary. They got married in a private wedding ceremony in Louisiana, they adopted a daughter.
Suzanne Malveaux Child
Malveaux and Karine have one child, a daughter they adopted, More information on their baby will be updated.
Suzanne Malveaux Salary
Malveaux annually earns a salary ranging between $25,000 – $98,000. This is according to CNN correspondents salaries.
Suzanne Malveaux Net Worth
Malveaux’s estimated net worth is around $8 million dollars.
Suzanne Malveaux Career
Malveaux works for CNN as the Washington DC correspondent since 2002. Prior to this, she hosted other CNN News programs like Around The World and editions on CNN Newsroom, she also worked for Wolf Blitzer as a substitute anchor. she also has worked in Boston from 1992 to 1996 for the New England Cable News network as a general assignment reporter.
She then moved to work for WRC News in 1999 as a fill-in anchor and reporter, also she was recruited to work and appear as a Meet The Press co-host on NBC News. While she was working for NBC, she covered the 2000 Presidential Election, the Kosovo War, Elian Gonzalez, and Bill Clinton’s impeachment. During the thirty-first annual convention of the National Association of Black Journalists in 2007, She was the moderator.