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How wealthy is CNN's correspondent Maribel Aber? Know about her income, salary, and net worth

News by Clarence Published on 07 Dec,2016 Updated on 15 Feb,2018

Maribel Aber is an American reporter who works as a correspondent for CNN's Money Matters. Previously, she served as a chief of the staff for the vice chairman of NASDAQ. She has been working with CNN since 2012.

This journalist has millions of fans all over the globe and they want to know about her income in detail. So, let's reveal the complete information about her net worth, salary and earning in detail, here.

Maribel Aber's Net Worth and Salary

This pretty journalist is one of the famous reporters of the CNN. She has been active in this field for more than five years. Due to this, we can guess that she has a net worth of more than a million.

CNN journalist Maribel Aber

CNN journalist Maribel Aber

However, she has not revealed the actual figure of her net worth till now. According to the CNN, she receives an annual salary of $500K. Also, she gets a hefty amount of sponsorships, brand promotion, featuring, and so on.

Maribel Aber's Professional Career

In 2001, Maribel started her career as sales and service associate manager in NASQAD. There, she was responsible for managing a programming studio and seven-story show.

Ladies at #l'artusi... how you spend a Friday night in #nyc pic.twitter.com/sOna0yYXhU

— Maribel Aber (@MaribelAberCNN) October 15, 2016

Following year, she was promoted to a chief of staff to the vice chairman of NASQAD. After some time, she became the vice president of the NASQAD market site which would be the residence of the NasQAD opening bell as cited by her website.

During her time with NASQAD, she partnered with Cable News Network. They worked together during America Votes 2004. Later, she kicked off her TV career working for the Meredith Corporation. There, she worked as a contributor for issues of cash and livelihood. Similarly, she worked as a freelance host for Brain Fuel TV.

In 2012, CNN hired Maribel as a marketing and finance executive correspondent for CNNMoney.com. Since then, she has been working as a correspondent for 'Money Matters'. Also, she appeared as a guest on several programs on CNN.

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