Carmen Rita Wong Biography and Wiki
Carmen Rita is an American radio, television, and online journalist currently working at CNBC. She also worked at American Public Media before becoming a host and online journalist for CNBC.
Carmen Rita Wong Age and Birthday
Rita is 48 years old as of 2022. She was born in 1974, in the USA.
Carmen Rita Wong Height
Rita stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches.
Carmen Rita Wong Family | Parents
By her parents, Wong was raised in the United States of America in New York. Her adopted father is of Chinese descent. Wong earned a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and art history from Fairfield Campus. In addition, she also holds a master’s degree in psychology from Columbia University.
Carmen Rita Wong Husband and Married
Wong revealed on air during a Marketplace Money program on October 26, 2013 that she was indeed divorced and was raising her daughter as a single mother. She has only one child named Bianca.
Carmen Rita Wong Salary and Net Worth
Wong’s income as a news journalist ranges from $85,000 to $95,000 per year. Pay for a news writer typically runs from $24,292 to $72 507 per year, or $10.15 to $31.32 per hour on average.
Carmen Rita WongWikipedia | CNBC
Wong currently works at CNBC as television, radio, and online journalist as well as a personal finance expert. She served as the previous host of the personal finance program On the Money in 2005. She provided content for both iVillage and The Dr. Oz Show. Wong also contributes to a CNBC.com blog about managing your own finances. She was appointed as the host of the American Public Media-produced weekly radio program Marketplace Money in October 2013, and the show’s first episode aired on November 2 of that same year.
Carmen Rita Wong Blog
Wong’s blog debuted on Qvisory.com, and she now writes monthly advice articles for Latina, Glamour, and Men’s Health. Wong also contributes to the publications Diversity Women and Essence. Her appearances on CNN, The Rachael Ray Show, and Oprah Winfrey’s XM radio network have helped her establish herself as a leading financial expert.
Carmen Rita Wing Book
Generation Debt: Take Control of Your Money—A How-to Guide, written by Wong, was released by Grand Central Publishing in 2006. This 272 page book focuses on the under-40 generation and offers advice on how to handle consumer debt and college debts.