Suzanne Malveaux Biography & Net Worth
|Popular Name:||Suzanne Malveaux|
Suzanne Maria Malveaux
|Profession:||Television News Journalist|
|Net Worth:||$4 Million|
Suzanne Malveaux is a noted American TV news journalist. She co-anchored editions of CNN Newsroom and the CNN international news series ‘Around The World’. Suzanne also served as primary deputy to Wolf Blitzer on ‘The Situation Room’ and as CNN White House correspondent. She made an important move in her career in 2002 when she joined CNN, and things got favorable for her as her life has been turned around for good. If you have ever watched her on-screen then you might just be interested to know the details on her career, net worth, and personal life. So, let’s take a peek into Suzanne Malveaux’s life and biography, starting from her early childhood days up to the days of her successful career life that has become crowned with accomplishments.
Biography & Career
Suzanne Maria Malveaux was born in Lansing, Michigan, United States on December 4, 1966. She was born into a New Orleans -based family to parents whose roots are of Spanish, French, and African descent. Her mother, Myrna Maria Ruiz, is a retired teacher, while her father, Floyd Joseph Malveaux, was a physician who became Howard University’s College of Medicine’s dean. He was the executive director of Merck Childhood Asthma Network and was also the founder of the National Human Genome Center at Howard University’s.
Her three siblings include Gregory, Courtney and her identical twin sister Suzette. Her brother Gregory F. Malveaux is a columnist, an associate professor of at Montgomery College and former Bennett College president. Furthermore, her sister, Courtney M. Malveaux, is a former assistant attorney general for Virginia State and is the current commissioner of the Virginia Department of Labor. Her twin sister Suzette M. Malveaux is a professor at the Columbus School of Law of the Catholic University of America. She is also a distant cousin of Julianne Malveaux.
While Suzanne was still small, her family lived in New Orleans before later moving to Howard County, in Maryland where she attended Centennial High School in Ellicott. In 1984, she graduated from Centennial High School in Ellicott, Maryland, and joined Harvard College from where she graduated with a degree in sociology. She also attended the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism graduating in 1991 with a master’s degree in broadcasting.
Suzanne Malveaux started her career in television as a general assignment reporter with New England Cable News in Boston, Massachusetts, from 1992 to 1996. She then moved to Washington, D.C. where she joined NBC affiliate WRC-TV as a self-described “rock & roll” reporter reporting local and crime news from 1996 to 1999.
In 1999, Tim Russert, host of ‘Meet The Press’ recruited Suzanne to join NBC News. For the first three years, she reported the news in Washington, including as a Pentagon correspondent, and then in Chicago. She covered national and international stories such as the 2001 war in Afghanistan, Bill Clinton’s impeachment, the 9/11 attacks, Elián González, the 2000 Presidential Election, and the Kosovo War.
In August 2007, she was the moderator of the 31st annual conference of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) and has served on various panels at previous meetings of the association, of which she is a member.
In advance of the Republican and Democratic national conventions, Suzanne anchored a 90-minute documentary on then Senator Barack Obama. Additionally, she served as a judge questioning candidates in the presidential primary debate of Democrats in South Carolina sponsored by the CNN and the Congressional Black Caucus Institute in 2008. She also played a significant role in CNN’s 2004 election reporting and its Emmy Award-winning 2006 election coverage.
Suzanne Malveaux later amplified her White House reporting by working as the primary proxy anchor for the program The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer, which airs every weekday on CNN for two hours. In 2011, she was made the dayside anchor of CNN Newsroom. The following year, she was named host of “The Root 100”, an Aspire TV network’s eight part series. In 2014, her program ‘Around the World was canceled’, and it was then possible for her to return to Washington, D.C. to pay more attention to her family and take care of her mother who suffers from ALS.
Personal Life & Family
Malveaux adopted a baby girl in 2014, and it was announced by Wolf Blitzer on the June 3, 2014 episode of The Situation Room. Her adopted daughter lives with her in her apartment in Washington DC which also happens to be her primary residence. It appears that this lady is not married and neither is she currently in any known romantic relationship.
Awards & Achievements
Malveaux is an award-winning experienced journalist most popular for being a co-host of the CNN International news program “Around The World” as well as editions of CNN Newsroom. She is known to serve as the CNN White House correspondent and covers politics, events, and international news as a correspondent of CNN International. Suzanne is an honorary member of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority. She also played a significant role in CNN’s 2004 election reporting and its Emmy Award-winning 2006 election coverage.
Suzanne has left no stone unturned in her profession. She has gone from covering President Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, and George W. Bush, to covering stories of Hurricane, Tsunami, social issues, and multiple others.
Suzanne Malveaux Net Worth
When it comes to keeping finances, Malveaux is the person who is the least bit disturbed about it. Throughout her long career in journalism which has now spanned over a decade, she has excelled not just professionally but has financially bettered her life as well. From covering presidents to handling important national and international stories, this journalist has earned for herself, honors and fame, as well as a colossal net worth of more than $4 million.
Suzanne Malveaux happens to be one of the most expensive assets of CNN international, and is a prime example of a successful and accomplished woman in the communication and media industry. She enjoys a bountiful life surrounded by all kinds of modern amenities.