Vonnie Quinn Biography

Biography by Published on Updated on 17.Sep.2017
Facts of Vonnie Quinn
Birth Nation: United States of America
NameVonnie Quinn
Working ForBloomberg Television
Eye ColorBrown
Weight in KGN/A
Famous forAnchor
MarriedNot Yet
EducationColumbia University
AwardsNational University of Ireland’s Travelling Studentship Award
TV ShowBloomberg Surveillance
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Vonnie Quinn is a renowned anchor for Bloomberg Television, where she co-hosts Francine Lacqua in London and ‘Bloomberg Surveillance'. During her career, Vonnie has interviewed Presidents, prime ministers, U.S. and global central bankers, CEO’s for the timely analysis of business, and many more celebs. 

Early Life and Education

Vonnie Quinn completed her M.A. and M.S. in journalism from Columbia University, which she attended on a business and financial journalism scholarship from the Lorana Sullivan Foundation. After her graduation, she immediately persuaded the career in the Journalism field and joined Bloomberg.


Vonnie Quinn joined Bloomberg in 2006 after the completion of her studies at Columbia. As of June 2016, she has become an anchor for Bloomberg Television, based in New York City, where her major responsibility is to co-host one of the Bloomberg TV programs.

She is one of the popular faces of the channel and has always managed to give proper and correct news to her audience from all over the globe.  

Personal Life

Although Vonnie Quinn belongs to the media world, she has always kept her personal life away from the limelight. She just does not prefer talking about her personal life out in the media, which is why there is no information of her having a husband or a boyfriend. 

Awards and honors

Vonnie Quinn, who has not yet talked about her net worth yet, has also received Awards and honors because of her outstanding performance in her work. She has been awarded the National University of Ireland’s Travelling Studentship Award, the ABC Frank Renolds Fellowship, a French Government Medal, a Swiss Government Scholarship and a New York Financial Writers’ Association scholarship.