Carmen Rita Wong Bio, Wiki, Age, Husband, Books, Podcast, CNBC, Nationality, Height

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Carmen Rita Wong Biogarephy | Wikipedia

Carmen Rita Wong is a well-known American radio, television, and online journalist, and personal finance expert at CNBC where she was the former host of the 2005 version of On a Monday, which is a personal finance program. Furthermore, she was a contributor to The Dr. Oz Show and iVillage.

She writes a blog for that focuses on taking control of your personal finances. Rita was named host of the weekly radio program Marketplace Money in October 2013, produced by American Public Media, beginning with the program on November 2, 2013.

She was named by the Business Pundit as one of the 25 Hottest Women of Business in January 2009. Her accomplishments were honored at the eighth annual New York City Women’s History Month Celebration in March 2009.

Carmen Rita Wong Age | Birthday

How old is Carmen Rita Wong?

Rita was born to her parents in New York, New York, United States. The date and month she celebrates her birthday are currently not available. She was born in 1972. She is 50 years old.

Carmen Rita Wong Nationality | Ethnicity

Rita holds American nationality and citizenship. She is of white ethnicity and heritage born in New York, New York, United States.

Carmen Rita Wong Education

Rita earned a Bachelor’s degree in psychology and art history from Fairfield University (Connecticut) and a Master’s degree in psychology from Columbia University in New York City.

Carmen Rita Wong  Marriage | Husband | Children

Is Carmen Rita Wong married?

Rita is currently single. She was once married to her now ex-husband, Lawrence Ulrich the senior auto writer. The two got married on May j8, 2005, at Five Front, a restaurant in Brooklyn. Their wedding was officiated by rev. Richard D. Leonard, a Unitarian Universalist minister. However, the couple divorced. They shared a daughter, Bianca who was born in 2006. Before the divorce, her daughter was called Carmen Wong Ulrich.

Carmen Rita Wong Family | Parents

Rita was born to her father and mother in New York, the United States of America. She is of Dominican descent. Her father, Peter Wong, is of Chinese descent, though he is not her biological dad. Her real parents are Charles J. Giannotti fo Bristol, R.I., and the late Guadalupe A. Giannotti. Her dad served as the director of application development for Ascential Software, a company based in Westboro, Mass.


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Carmen Rita Wong Body Measurements | Height | Weight

How tall is Carmen Rita Wong?

Rita is a woman of average stature. She stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches approximately 1.65m. Drawing from her pictures, she also maintains an average body weight. However, more details concerning her other body measurements and the exact figure of her weight are currently under review. We will keep you updated once the information is clear from our reliable source.

Carmen Rita Wong Net Worth

Rita is a hard-working woman who manages to accumulate a decent fortune from her career. She has an estimated net worth of around $634,447.

Carmen Rita Wong Salary

Rita is a well-known, radio, television, and online journalist correspondent. Without any doubt, she takes home a decent amount of money every month. She earns an estimated annual salary of around $67,619.

Carmen Rita Wong Books | Podcast

Rita is the author of Generation Debt: Take control of Your Money A How-to Guide published by Grand Central that became released in 2006. The book concentrates on the under-40 crowd giving tips on what to do on both student loans and consumer debt. The guide also provides recommendations on how to establish a goal-oriented budget, make the most of playback options, as well as utilize employee saving investment plans.

Her book has been featured on the recommended reading list of The Wall Street Journal and her advice became highlighted in The Washington Post. Her other book, The Real Cost of Living: Making the Best Decision for you, Your Life, and Your Money became published in December 2010 by Perigee/Penguin.