Kate Rooney – Journalist | Which college did he graduate from?

Quick Facts

Real Name/Full Name Kate Rooney
Birth Place: The United States
Date Of Birth/Birthday: February 4, 1993
Age/How Old: 30 years old
Height/How Tall: In Centimetres – 155cm
In Feet and Inches – 5′ 1″
Weight: In Kilograms – 50Kg
In Pounds – 110lbs
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Black
Parents Name: Father – N/A
Mother – Kathy
Siblings: Will Update Soon
School/College: Boston College, Northwestern University
Nationality: American
Ethnicity: White
Zodiac Sign:  Aquarius
Gender: Female
Marital Status: Married
Wife/Spouse Name: Martyn Joseph Rooney
Profession: Journalist
Famous For: For Her Work At CNBC
Net Worth: Around $ 1 Million
Social Media: LinkedInTwitter
Last Updated: June 2023

A journalist named Kate Rooney works as a tech reporter for CNBC.

How much is the Net worth of Kate Rooney?

The Net worth of Kate Rooney is estimated to be around $1 million USD in 2023.

Kate Rooney Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Career, CNBC, and Net Worth
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Education: Which college did he graduate from?

American journalist Kate Rooney. Boston College is where she obtained her communication bachelor’s degree. She later earned her master’s degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, where she also produced a documentary in the Philippines after being awarded a “Eric Lund Global Reporting and Research Grant” for video.

What is the Professional Career of Kate Rooney?

In April 2014, Rooney started working as a reporter for Medill News Service. She spent about nine months there, covering politics and education for Medill’s news departments in Chicago and Washington, D.C. Then, in January 2015, The Argentina Independent recruited Rooney as a general assignment reporter.

She contributed by writing articles and filming/producing videos for an English-language website in Buenos Aires. Rooney also covered the events surrounding Alberto Nisman’s passing, protests for human rights, and the city’s urbanization regulations.

Kate Rooney Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Career, CNBC, and Net Worth
Rooney started working as a reporter for Medill News Service in 2014. Via The Tv Junkies !

Prior to working as a news intern for Bloomberg LP, she was only employed by The Argentina Independent for four months. She worked there for a while, helping out with Bloomberg Businessweek’s weekly mergers and acquisitions segment.

Rooney was hired by CNBC in 2015 as a news associate. Since about seven years ago, she has been employed by CNBC. She has held the positions of news associate, segment producer, markets reporter, and tech reporter throughout that time. She has also kept her husband and her personal life a secret.

Career at CNBC

Rooney started out as a News Associate for CNBC in September 2015. She wrote for CNBC.com when she held the position, concentrating on international markets and economics. She contributed to the American relaunch of “Worldwide Exchange” by creating showpieces and writing articles for CNBC.com.

Rooney then worked as a segment producer for CNBC’s Squawk Box beginning in August 2016. Additionally, she created panel discussions and live interviews for CNBC anchor Andrew Ross Sorkin. In the months of February 2018 and March 2020, Rooney covered the markets for CNBC.

She has written articles on financial technology, payments, financial markets, and cryptocurrencies. Jeff McCracken, managing editor of CNBC.com, announced Kate Rooney’s appointment as a markets correspondent and said, “I am thrilled to announce Kate Rooney is joining CNBC.com as a reporter covering bitcoin, cryptocurrency, and whatever else the market throws our way.

She will work on John Melloy’s incredibly successful markets team and report to him. She wrote pieces in July 2019 such as “The Fed is looking into Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency as Powell flags’ serious concerns,” “Venture giant Andreessen Horowitz doubles down on fintech with the newest hire from Credit Karma,” and “When the Fed cuts rates without a recession, stocks go higher 100% of the time.”

Rooney was hired as a tech reporter after more than two years of working as a markets reporter. Since then, she has held the position. She covered tech, fintech, payments, cryptocurrency, and venture capital as an on-air reporter at CNBC’s 1 Market bureau in San Francisco.

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