Jackie DeAngelis is an American personality who has devoted many years of her life working with different media outlets. She has worked as a journalist and financial correspondent for FOX Business Network. Previously, she worked with CNBC as a chief energy correspondent as well as an anchor for an online commodity program, “Futures Now”.
Jackie DeAngelis was born on 18th July 1980 in Alpine, New Jersey, United States. As of 2021, Jackie is 41 years old. Jackie belongs to America and spent her whole life in America itself. She spent her life with her adoring and loving parents named Louis DeAngelis and Elizabeth DeAngelis. She has one sister, Louis George DeAngelis with whom she shares her childhood while growing up.
Jackie has attained her graduation from Cornell University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Asian studies and history. Later, she received her degree in Juris Doctorate from Rutgers School of Law. Jackie is a multi-talented and multi-language speaker. She speaks both Mandarin and Farsi. Jackie considers herself to be fluent in both languages. It is said that Jackie was once diagnosed with breast cancer in June 2021. However, there is not much detail available on this particular disease.
Jackie DeAngelis Career
Jackie has remained a Business correspondent where she has worked with Fox Business. She was appointed as a correspondent while working with CNBC. Later, she left CNBC and joined Yahoo Finance in December 2018. DeAngelis joined the station of Fox Business in 2019. She used to cover the highlights of business news at the channel headquartered in New York. DeAngelis has spent 13 years at CNBC. She served as the network’s chief energy correspondent for CNBC. Along with her position of chief energy correspondent, she also anchored the online commodities program called Future Now.
CNBC made her attract good fortune and helped her develop or work on her skills. She began her career with CNBC serving as Director of Strategy Programming and Department. Her particular work with “Investing in America: A CNBC Town Hall Event with President Obama special” was nominated for an Emmy Award. DeAngelis left CNBC in December 2018. Later, she joined Yahoo Finance where she was appointed as an anchor of the midday program called “The Ticker”. Her work on Yahoo Finance was associated with working on top financial stories and conducting interviews with the leading business leaders and experts.
Jackie DeAngelis Biography
|Real Name||Jackie DeAngelis|
|Birth Date||18 July 1993|
|Age (as of 2021)||28 Years|
|Birth Place||United States|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 6” – in Centimeters – 168 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 58 kg – in Pounds – 127 lbs|
|Shoe Size||6.5 (U.S.)|
|Brother||Louis George DeAngelis I|
|School||High School Diploma|
|Is she a Lesbian?||No|
Although Jackie DeAngelis has maintained quite a good career with different media channels, it is uncertain that she has never revealed anything related to her personal life. It is not known whether or not she is married. As of now, Jackie is single and doesn’t reveal anything about her private life in the public domain. Moreover, she has not mentioned anyone’s name in any of her interviews so far in her career. Also, it is not known whether she is connected with anyone romantically. It seems that she has maintained a secretive lifestyle.
Jackie DeAngelis Net Worth
Jackie possesses a total of 13 years of experience with CNBC. She has worked with many media outlets including Yahoo Finance, Fox Business, etc. Although she never opened up about her net worth, we assume that Jackie’s net worth is nearly $5 million to $10 million.
- She has interviewed certain names including U.S. Shell President Gretchen Watkins and JPMorgan Chief Economist Anthony Chan.
- She contributed herself in doing the market reports of CNBC’s daily programming and covering the economic impact of events such as Hurricane Irma, etc.
- In May 2019, DeAngelis participated in FBN’s capitalism vs. socialism town hall.
- While at the town hall she presented a debate on a special five-day segment series on the growing economy.