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Facts of Kelly Evans
|Date of Birth:|
|Age:||31 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Height:||5 Feet 10 Inch|
|Birth Place/City||Lexington city, Virginia|
|Working For||CNBC business news channel|
|Shoe Size||6.5 UK / 8.0 US / 40.0 Euro|
|Weight in KG||65 kg|
|Education||Washington and Lee University|
|TV Show||Closing Bell, Squawk on the Street|
American Journalist Kelly is also a co-anchor of Closing Bell on the CNBC business news channel and was previously an economics reporter at The Wall Street Journal. This tall, hot actress has been appearing on screen and delighting a huge number of fans for the past four years and seems to be doing pretty well in her job.
Kelly was born on July 17, 1985 in Hartford, Connecticut and was brought up in Lexington, Virgina, Rockbridge County. Growing up, she has always been a good athlete and has earned eight letters in lacrosse, cross country and track in the Rockbridge County High School. She placed 8th in Virginia at the cross-country state championships in her sophomore year in high school. Kelly graduated magna cum laude from the Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia with a degree in business journalism and was also a George Washington Honor Scholar at W&L. Kelly got the First Team All-State, a First-Team All-ODAC and a First Team All-Region selection for Lacrosse and also was a four time scholar athlete. She was also in the national leadership society Omicron Delta Kappa.
Kelly’s career started on 2007 for the Wall Street Journal as a journalist. She covered real estate and economics. She also worked for two years as a reporter for the Global Economics bureau. She then started writing for the “Ahead of the Tape” column and served as an anchor for “News Hub”, the Journal’s daily online video. She also wrote for "Heard on the Street". A Gawker article was written about Kelly, titled "The Mixed Blessing of Being the Next ‘Money Honey’" which discussed about her fans adoration for her. Her fan page on the website RedEye was created during her tenure in the Wall Street Journal and identifies itself as a group of fans of Kelly Evans and they sure are a dedicated lot. She also was a guest on various news programs like Fox News, CBS and Russia Today before joining CNBC.
Kelly joined CNBC on May 2012 and was believed to have replaced former CNBC host Erin Burnett, who left the channel to anchor a news program on CNN. She was assigned in CNBC Europe’s London, England headquarter previously. Evans was a moderator for the Fox News/Wall Street Journal South Carolina Republican Party debate in Myrtle Beach on 2012. She also moderated a part of the 25th annual mock convention event at her alma mater, a James Carville v. Ann Coulter debate. On May 2013, she was based out of the CNBC’s headquarters in New Jersey.
This journalist has a height of 5 feet 10 inches though she actually looks taller than that. Her recent article One Nation, Dangerously Divided focused on the unemployment tendency of US and also the corporate situation of America when they are under the rule of Republican or Democratic governments. At 29 years of age, Kelly has achieved a lot of fame and recognition into her name.
Kelly’s focuses more on her career and professional life rather than her personal life. She is very secretive about her personal life and no details have ever managed to escape into the tabloids. As far as the actual news is concerned, she is a single woman. She is not Married, she does not have a boyfriend or a husband and no news about any oncoming marriage has come out in the news. No news about any previous divorce has ever leaked out, so she supposedly has always been single.
Kelly Evans is a beautiful woman with an attractive and charming personality. Her fan following is huge and she is of a Caucasian personality. Her biography and photos are widely searched about in the internet and she is known for dressing impeccably and flaunting her sexy legs. Kelly has been great at everything she has done and she surely will be in the on screen business for some more years to come.