Louisa Bojesen Biography
|Date of Birth:||1974 , May-13|
|Age:||44 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Birth Name||Louisa Bojesen|
|Birth Place/City||Copenhagen, Denmark|
|Profession||Business journalist, host & reporter|
|Working For||CNBC Europe TV (until April 28, 2017)|
|Salary||£19K to £35k per year|
|Weight in KG||N/A|
|Famous for||Financial journalist for CNBC Europe Television|
|Education||Loyola University Chicago|
|Online Presence||Twitter, Facebook, & Instagram|
|TV Show||Street Signs, Europe This Week, European Closing the Bell, Power Lunch Europe, Squawk Box Europe, Morning Exchange|
Louisa Bojesen is a Danish-American business journalist, host, and a reporter. She worked for CNBC Europe TV for 17 years until her departure from the channel on April 28, 2017.
She recently co-hosted CNBC's European version of Street Signs. Bojesen co-anchored the television business news programme, Squawk Box with Geoff Cutmore and Steve Sedgwick. Also, she has reported for many networks such as CNBC (U.S.), CNBC Asia, NBC, and MSNBC.
Early Life and Education
Louisa Bojesen was born on May 13, 1974, in Copenhagen, Denmark. She was born to Danish parents. She is Danish-American by nationality and belongs to the Caucasian ethnicity.
Bojesen attended the Loyola University Chicago. She studied political science, medicine, and philosophy at the University.
Louisa Bojesen began her professional journalism career in 2000 with CNBC Europe. She worked as a Nordic market reporter in Copenhagen and moved to channel's London headquarters later.
Bojesen worked as the morning financial reporter for NBC's Early Today from 1999-2008. She formerly hosted CNBC's Power Lunch Europe until its cancellation in early 2009.
Bojesen hosted many popular shows on CNBC which helped her gain popularity among international audiences.
She filmed the documentary Outbound Africa for CNBC in 2008. Bojesen explored the impact of the environment and poverty on rural Ghana in the documentary.
Bojesen briefly appeared in BBC TV movie The Girl in the Café in 2005. She is best known for shows like Squawk Box Europe, European Closing Bell, Power Lunch Europe. She recently co-hosted the European version of Street Signs.
Louisa Bojesen was usually seen on MSNBC's Morning Joe and Way Too Early where she talked about early snapshots of various U.S. and overseas markets.
Bojesen also covered the Mobile World Congress and the World Economic Forum's annual Middle East meeting for CNBC.
In 2006, Bojesen hosted the shows such as GSM Awards Ceremony in Cannes, the Pan European IR Awards in Zurich, Nordic IR Awards and Danish Media Festival. She also gave presentations at the London Stock Exchange about the Nordic economy.
Louisa Bojesen is reportedly single at present. She barely talks about her personal life on media. So, she is considered as one of the secretive media personality.
Bojesen is active on Twitter and has more than thousands of followers on her official account, @louisabojesen. She believes in helping others and is actively involved in philanthropic work as well.
Louisa Bojesen is a renowned female journalist. She is active in the news industry since 2000. The average salary of CNBC journalist ranges from £19K to £35k.
Bojesen has not revealed the exact amount of her net worth. However, given her successful career, she has a net worth of millions.