Linette Lopez is a famous American journalist currently working at Business Insider in New York as a senior finance correspondent since June 2016 after serving as their finance editor.
Earlier, she operated as a Worker at New York State Senate where she represented the Senator in his district by addressing community concerns, suggesting relevant legislation as well as coordinating projects. Before that, Linette served at the New York City office of the Mayor as a Press Intern.
Linette Lopez Age
Linette Lopez was born in the United States in West Virginia, Central Pennsylvania. Lopez is around 35 years old.
Linette Lopez Height
Linette stands at the height of 5 feet 6 inches ( Approx1mate 65 m).
Linette Lopez Family
Lopez was born and raised up as the daughter of Dominican republic immigrant parents in West Virginia, Central Pennsylvania. As of now, she has not revealed any details concerning either her parents or if she has siblings.
Linette Lopez Spouse
She lives in New York. Lopez treasures to hold the low key when it comes to matters concerning her personal life hence she has not revealed any details about her relationship status. Therefore, it is unknown whether Linette is married, single, or in a relationship.
Linette Lopez Education
Lopez obtained her high school diploma from State College Area High School in 2004. Afterward, she attended the University of Columbia where she graduated in 2008 achieving a bachelor of International Journalism and Audio Production and of Arts degree in Business.
Linette Lopez Salary
Lopez receives an annual average salary of $75,821.This is according to Business Insider anchors/reporters’ salaries
Linette Lopez’s Net Worth
Lopez has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million US dollars.
Linette Lopez Career
Linette operates at Business Insider in New York as a senior finance correspondent since June 2016 after serving as their finance editor. Earlier, Susan worked in New York State Senate as a Staffer where she represented the Senator in his district by proposing relevant legislation, addressing community concerns, as well as coordinating projects.
Before that, she served as a Press Intern at the New York City office of the Mayor. She has contributed to the Committee to Protect Journalists and Columbia Journalism Review. She also maintains notable investments. Additionally, she also contributes to “Marketplace,” a radio show from American Public Media, and appears on both CNN and MSNBC.