Originally from Hartford, Connecticut, Kelly Evans was born on July 17, 1985, under the sign of the Cancer zodiac in the United States. She is a naturalized citizen of the United States. Her television journalism career began with co-hosting the CNBC financial news show “Power Lunch,” which she did for many years.
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Even though Kelly’s mother is a homemaker and her father is a small business owner, they raised and brought her up in Rockbridge County, Virginia, amid the Blue Ridge Mountains. She went to Rockbridge County High School, where she played in lacrosse, track, and cross country as part of her extracurricular activities, as well as in other sports. After high school, she went to Washington and Lee University, where she got a bachelor’s degree in business journalism. She was awarded the “magna cum laude” (highest honor) in 2008. She was awarded a full academic scholarship to George Washington University, which she accepted. At the time of her graduation, Kelly was a co-captain of the women’s lacrosse team and a member of the national leadership society Omicron Delta Kappa, among other things.
Kelly was recruited by the Wall Street Journal in 2007 to write and present the “Stories Hub” daily show on WSJ.com and to cover news related to economics and real estate for their “Ahead of the Tapes” and “Heard on the Streets” sections. Kelly has worked for the Wall Street Journal since 2007. She has recently begun covering the Global Economics Bureau for the Wall Street Journal’s website. Ann Coulter and James Carville squared off at Washington & Lee University’s 25th annual mock convention in 2012. She acted as moderator for the debate that took place in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, in 2012, which was hosted by her alma mater. Kelsey is often compared to Erin Isabelle Burnett, a former CNBC host who is currently a CNN anchor and commentator.
Originally from London, England, Kelly started working for CNBC Europe in May 2012. She later transferred to New Jersey in May 2013, where she anchors “The Exchange,” a newsroom-based show, and co-hosts “Power Lunch.” She has remained with the network since then, and she is now co-hosting “Power Lunch” and anchoring “The Exchange” on the network.
Kelly and Eric Chemi met while working together at CNBC New Jersey, where Eric is a sports reporter. They fell in love and got married in April of this year, following a three-year romance with each other. In July 2018, Kelly gave birth to their first child, and she took a break from work to focus on raising her child after revealing on a television show that their wedding would take place the next week. In celebration of her news, she received roses from her CNBC colleagues. Kelly had previously been connected to a student at Washington and Lee University, with whom she was said to have been in a long-term relationship for several years until breaking up with him after graduation from the university.
Physical Stats And Net Worth
Kelley is a 34-year-old lady who is now living in the United States. She has brown hair and brown eyes, and she stands 5’10” (1.78m) tall. She weighs 152lbs (69kgs), and her height is 1.78m. Her net worth was more than $2 million as of the end of 2021.