Heather Zumarraga Biography
Heather Zumarraga is a prominent business consultant, public speaker, author, and business journalist. She has written a book titled The Man’s to Corporate Culture. Moreover, she appears regularly on FOX News and FOX Business as an economist. Moreover, Heather serves at the University of Houston as an executive advisor.
Heather Zumarraga Age
Heather was born on 29th March 1984, in Florida, United States of America. She is 38 years old.
Heather Zumarraga Height
Heather is a woman of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx 1.75m).
Heather Zumarraga Family
Heather was born to her stalwart father and caring mother in Florida, United States. Nevertheless, she has not uttered any salient conspicuous information in regard to her parents or if she has any siblings.
Heather Zumarraga Education
Heather Zumarraga Husband
She is happily hitched to her handsome husband called Daniel A. Zumarraga, a pre-eminent industry expert with skills in two decennaries. As of now, he works at Zuma & Sons Distributors, Corp. Moreover, Daniel aid in maintaining key field closing accounts and customer relationships. The duo exchanged their wedding vows in January 2014. Together, they are blessed with a beautiful daughter.
Heather Zumarraga Salary
Heather Zumarraga Net Worth
Heather Zumarraga has piled up a decent fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth of $5 million.
Heather Zumarraga Career
Currently, Heather works as an economist at FOX News. Moreover, Heather regularly contributes to The FOX Business Channel. Moreover, she also frequently contributes to the Newsmax channel. Additionally, Heather also works at Harbor Life Settlements as an economist. Before joining FOX News, she worked as an external wholesaler and vice president at Vision 4 Fund Distributors. She worked there for a period of three years and eleven months.
During her session at Vision 4 Fund Distributors, Heather worked with a number of asset managers such as MacKay Shields, RiverNorth Capital Management, and DoubleLine Capital. She served as a regular contributor at CNBC from April 2014 to March 2017. Before, she served as a vice president at SunAmerica Funds for three years.