Contessa Brewer Wiki, Age, Education, Husband, Kids, CNBC, Net Worth

Contessa Brewer

Contessa Brewer Biography

Contessa Brewer is an American correspondent and substitute anchor for CNBC appearing throughout Business Day as well as the network’s 7pm ET newscast “The News with Shepard Smith.”

Brewer formerly hosted the MSNBC weekend program Caught on Camera and was also a correspondent for NBC News and an anchor at NBC’s flagship station WNBC.

Contessa Brewer Age

Contessa Brewer was born on 16th March, 1974, Parsonsfield, Maine, U.S.

Contessa Brewer Height

She stand at a height of 5 feet and 7 inches tall.

Contessa Brewer Education

She graduated from Sacopee Valley High School in Hiram, Maine, in 1992. She graduated magna cum laude from Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Public Communications with a B.S. in Broadcast Journalism in 1996, as well as a Certificate of Contemporary Europe following her political studies in Strasbourg, France.

Contessa Brewer Nationality

Brewer is an American Nationality.

Contessa Brewer Ethnicity

She is of white ethnicity.

Contessa Brewer Parents

Contessa Brewer has not revealed information regarding her parents.

Contessa Brewer Siblings

Contessa Brewer has not disclosed details about her siblings.

Contessa Brewer Husband

She is married to her husband Dan Senor. He is an Equity Partner, the Chief Public Affairs Officer, and a member of the Management Committee at Elliott Investment Management L.P. He joined Elliott in 2010, and has since developed and supervises the firm’s global communications team, global public policy team, and geopolitical risk functions.

Mr. Senor has served as a senior advisor to U.S. Senator Mitt Romney and former U.S. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan in their campaigns for national office. During the presidential administration of George W. Bush, Mr. Senor was based in Baghdad for one year, where he served as chief spokesperson for the U.S.-led coalition in Iraq.

Before that, he was a senior Defense Department official based at U.S. Central Command in Qatar. For his service in these roles, he was awarded the Pentagon’s highest civilian honor – the U.S. Department of Defense Medal for Distinguished Public Service – by the Secretary of Defense. In the 1990s, Mr. Senor served in a number of staff positions in the U.S. Senate.

Mr. Senor co-authored The New York Times bestseller Start-Up Nation: The Story of Israel’s Economic Miracle (2009). He currently serves as a trustee of The Paul E. Singer Foundation, Start-Up Nation Central, and the Abraham Joshua Heschel School. Mr. Senor holds a B.A. in History from the University of Western Ontario and studied in the one-year international program at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He received his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.

Contessa Brewer Children

Contessa Brewer and her husband Dan Senor have two children. She has not disclosed the names of the children.

Contessa Brewer CNBC

Contessa covers major news stories for CNBC including presidential elections, hurricanes, the coronavirus pandemic and trade wars. Her specialty coverage areas are casinos, the gaming industry and the insurance industry. Brewer joined the network in 2017 and is based at CNBC Global Headquarters.

Brewer is known for her marathon on-air coverage of breaking news and big political stories. While an anchor for MSNBC, she hosted daily news programs and the long-running, primetime series “Caught on Camera.” As a correspondent.

Contessa announced at the conclusion of her regular anchoring hour on MSNBC that she would no longer be serving as an anchor for the network. Brewer stated that she would continue hosting Caught on Camera and filing reports for NBC news but that she would be pursuing other opportunities in the future.

Brewer served briefly as a news reader on the Imus in the Morning radio show, which was syndicated nationally. Her tenure was brief; she became embroiled in a public feud with Don Imus after the New York Post published a gossip item in which she was allegedly overheard disparaging the radio personality.

Contessa has contributed reports to CBS News, CBSN, WNBC, NBC News and MSNBC, where she covered a wide range of stories including presidential elections, debt ceilings, government shutdowns, natural disasters, terror attacks and celebrity news. She began her career in Reno, NV followed by Palm Springs, CA and Milwaukee, WI.

Contessa Brewer Salary

Her annual salary is estimated to be USD 70,000.

Contessa Brewer Net Worth

Her net worth is estimated to be USD 1 million.

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