Suzanne Malveaux Bio, Age, Partner, Parents,Daughter, CNN, Illness, Networth

Suzanne Malveaux

Suzanne Malveaux Biography

Suzanne Malveaux is an American news reporter and journalist who gained fame while working for CNN in Washington, D.C. She joined the station in 2002. Malveaux was a Co-anchor from 2012 to 2104 for CNN’s “around the world”, an International news program, and also an editor at the station’s newsroom.

She has also aired as the white house journalist for the station and on the Situation Room as a primary substitute for Wolf Blitzer. Since joining the network, she has covered major events and conducted interrogations on the president, for instance, Bill Clinton and George. Bush and George H. W. Bush.

Suzanne Malveaux Age

Malveaux was born on December 4, 1966, in Lancing, Michigan, USA.

Suzanne Malveaux Height

Malveaux stands at the height of 5 feet and 6 inches tall.

Suzanne Malveaux Education

Malveaux graduated from high school in 1984 from Centennial High School in Ellicott City, Mary land. Later, she enrolled at Havard university and pursued a bachelor of arts degree in sociology. She proceeded and attended Columbia University graduate school of Journalism, where he attained her master’s degree in Broadcasting in 1991. Suzanne is also an honorary member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority.

Suzanne Malveaux Nationality

Malveaux is of American nationality. He belongs to European- American ethnicity.

Suzanne Malveaux Parents

Malveaux is the daughter of Floyd J. Malveaux, her father, and Mryna Maria Ruiz. She was born Suzanne Maria Malveaux. Floyd was a doctor who worked at Howard University as Dean of the College of Medicine. He is also recognized as the National Human Genome Center founder at Howard University. Her mother, Mryna, is a retired school teacher. She has a mixed heritage of French, Spanish and African.

Suzanne Malveaux Siblings

Suzanne has three siblings. She has a twin sister Suzette Malveaux born on 4 1966, and currently serving as a professor at the Colombus School of Law at the Catholic University of America. Courtney Malveaux, her brother, is the chairman of the Richmond Republican Committee and the deputy attorney general for the state of Virginia. Gregory Malveaux serves as a professor majoring in English at Montgomery College. They spent their childhood in New Orleans but later moved to Howard, Maryland, where they were brought up.

Suzanne Malveaux Partner Karine Jean

Malveaux is a lesbian. She is in a romantic relationship with Karine Jean Pierre. Pierre, her girlfriend, is a french- American political campaigner and political commentator. Jean is an author and the new deputy press secretary for Biden. They live together, plus their adopted daughter in Washington.

Suzanne Malveaux Daughter

Suzanne has one adopted daughter. She adopted her daughter in 2014 and went by the name Soleil Malveaux Jean Pierre.

Suzanne Malveaux CNN

Suzanne began her career as a general assignment reporter for WRC-TV, WFXT-TV, and the New England Cable News based in Boston. She then headed to work as a correspondent for NBC News based in Chicago and Washington, D.C. Working for the station. She travelled through the country covering breaking news for MSNBC.

In May 2002, Suzanne joined CNN, where she notably reported the retirement of Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, the plea deal of lobbyist Jack Abramoff, and White House personal changes.

Later in September 2005, she returned to her hometown of New Orleans, reporting on the devastation and recovery following Hurricane Katrina. She was also part of the team that earned CNN a Peabody Award for its Katrina reporting.

Columbia University’s Graduate School recognized Suzanne for her coverage of then-Senator Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign. This was through a 90-minute craft on Senator Barack Obama. She later served as a panellist questioning the candidates in the Democratic Presidential Primary Debate in Charlotte, North Carolina.

In September 2011, she accompanied the U.S. troops in Afghanistan for the 10th anniversary of 9/11, where she led breaking news coverage of the Taliban’s terrorist attack on the U.S. Embassy there.

Suzanne Malveaux Illness

Suzanne is healthy. However, her mother has been living with Lou Gehrig’s disease. Suzanne explained to the media that an individual who has suffered from the disease loses their ability to control their voluntary muscles and eventually cannot swallow, speak, breathe, or move. They become completely paralyzed and depend on machines to live—relying on a feeding tube, trachea, breathing machine, motorized wheelchair, and communications equipment.

Suzanne Malveaux Salary

Malveaux earns an estimated annual salary ranging from USD 25 000 to 98,000.

Suzanne Malveaux Networth

Malveaux has a net worth of approximately USD 4 million.

Suzanne Malveaux’s Social Media

Instagram: Malveaux (@suzannemalveauxtv)