Contessa Brewer CNBC: Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Husband, Married, Salary, Net worth, CNBC, MSNBC

Contessa Brewer Biography and Wiki

Contessa Brewer is an American journalist who currently works as a Business  News reporter for CNBC. She is also a substitute anchor. She has also worked as a host of the MSNBC weekend program ”Caught on Camera”.

As the current news journalist at CNBC, she has covered a quite range of stories such as the 2016 presidential election, Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma, and Hurricane Maria, casinos, and gaming. Brewer previously served as a correspondent for NBC News and an anchor at NBC’s sister’s station WNBC.

Contessa Brewer Age and Birthday

Contessa Brewer is 46 years old as of 2020, she celebrates her birthday on March 16th every year. She was born on March 16, 1974, in Parsonfield, Maine, USA.

Contessa Brewer Height: Body Measurements

Brewer stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches(1.72 m) and weighs about 143 Ibs (65 kgs). The CNBC journalist Brewer has pretty hazel blue and flawless blonde hair.

Contessa Brewer Family and Education

Contessa was born and raised by her loving parents in Parsonsfield, Maine. However, there is no information about her parents neither her siblings. Nonetheless, we will update this section once the details about his family is out to the public. For her educational background, she graduated in 1992 from Sacopee Valley High School in Hiram, Maine.

She later got enrolled at Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Public Communications where obtained her B.S in Broadcast Journalism. She has also studied abroad, in Strasbourg, France, where she came out with a Certificate of Contemporary Europe in Political studies.

Other News Personality: Kasie Hunt

Contessa Brewer Husband: Married

Brewer is happily married to her devoted husband, Dan Senor. She gave birth to adorable twins boys in 2013.

Contessa Brewer Salary: How Much does Brewer CNBC Makes?

The average CNBC salary for a reporter is $150, 546 a year as of early 2020, which means Contessa makes about the same salary for her work there.

CNBC Correspondent Contessa Brewer

Contessa Brewer Net worth

Brewer has an estimated net worth of 500k US dollars as of 2020. While her wealth comes from her successful career as a Television Journalist.

Contessa Brewer CNBC

Brewer joined CNBC in September 2016, as a contributor. Her first assignment was to cover the 2016 election. She also got a chance to cover other interesting stories such as the increase in lobster demand, the U.S. dairy war with Canada, and the coal country’s reaction to the Trump administration, Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma, and Hurricane Maria. In August 2017 she took the position as a full-time correspondent as well as a substitute anchor  for CNBC.  As a correspondent, she covers casinos and gaming.

Contessa Brewer MSNBC

Before joining CNBC, she has a job as a host at MSNBC where she was prominently known for the network’s program Caught on Camera. Indeed, she had an amazing adventure while at MSNBC, she got an opportunities to interview some the public figures like the likes of former New Hampshire Senator Judd Gregg who happen to a guest on the station’s segment It’s the Economy, hosted by Brewer and Melissa Francis, called for cuts in the federal budget.

When Gregg failed to respond to Francis’ questions about the specific cuts he proposed, Brewer demand the answer from him, asking “Which programs are you willing to cut? Are you willing to tell schools, no money for you?” the senator reacted by saying Brewer was “absurd”, “fundamentally dishonest”, “irresponsible” and lacked “integrity” for her handling of interviews, and stated “in your introduction to me, you said that, that education funding would be cut.

Prior to that, inAugust she was criticized by anonymous blogs for a story about a man carrying an AR-15 rifle at an Obama appearance in Phoenix, Arizona, on August 17. MSNBC was accused of editing the video to conceal the race of the man, who was black, and Brewer commented “you have a man of color in the presidency and white people showing up with guns strapped to their waists or to their legs.”

Contessa Brewer and Mo Brooks

Brewer has been involved in another controversy, when interviewing Representative Mo Brooks (R-AL) on MSNBC regarding the debt crisis, she asserted: “We were looking at going … reverting a depression at that point.” When Brooks said he disagreed, Brewer challenged, “Do you have a degree in economics?” Brooks replied “Yes ma’am, I do.

Highest honors.” According to his Congressional website, “Mo graduated from Duke University in three years with a double major in political science and economics, with highest honors in economics. In 1978, he graduated from the University of Alabama Law School.” After the interview, Brewer commented on her Facebook page that she “just learned why lawyers are told never to ask a question they don’t know the answer to.”

Contessa Brewer Leaving MSNBC

She announced on August 26, 2011, that she will be no longer be working as the primary anchor for MSNBC instead, she will continue hosting the Caught on Camera program and make reports for NBC news but that she would be seeking another adventure in the future. Before joining MSNBC, she used to work as a weekend anchor and general assignment reporter for WTMJ-TV in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Contessa has additionally worked with a well-talented news teams for KMIR-TV in Palm Springs, California from 1997 to 1999, and KRNV-TV in Reno, Nevada. KMIR and WTMJ-TV were both owned by Journal Communications.

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