Diana Olick Bio, Wiki
Diana Olick (Full name: Diana Meredith Olick) is an American Emmy Award-winning journalist. Currently, she is serving as CNBC’s real estate correspondent across all CNBC platforms. Furthermore, Olick’s work “Realty Check” in CNBC.com won the Gracie Award for “Outstanding Blog” in 2015. Moreover, she has also contributed her real estate expertise to NBC’s “Today” and “NBC Nightly News” and she is a frequent guest on NPR.
Soon after joining CNBC, Olick recognized the quick run-up in the housing market, fueled by investor flipping, and consequently launched the network’s real estate beat. Moreover, she deals with both commercial and residential real estate as well as the mortgage market. Olick was at the forefront of reporting on the housing boom, the subprime mortgage collapse, the resulting housing crash and the ongoing recovery. She also launched the real estate page on CNBC.com and is its primary author.
Diana Olick Age
She was born in 1968 in New York City, United States of America. Olick is 52 years old.
Diana Olick Height
She is a woman of average stature. Olick stands at a height of 5 ft 6 in (Approx. 1.67 m).
Diana Olick Family
She was born in New York City, United States to her parents. Olick’s father is Philip S. Olick, who is a reputed attorney and was a senior partner at Moses & Singer, a New York law firm. Olick has not disclosed her mother’s name, however it is known that she was an assistant corporation counsel for the New York City Law Department. She was born in the middle-class family and all her childhood basic need were fulfilled by her parents. Moreover Olick is of White ethnicity and American nationality.
Diana Olick Wife
Olick got married to Scott Wagner Gold in 1999. Scott is a marketing consultant at the Schieffelin & Somerset Company in New York. Furthermore. he is the son of Paula Gold of Boston and father Herbert Gold. Olick and Scott are proud parents of twins, Noah and Maddie.
Diana Olick Education
In regards to her education, Olick finished high school Diana and enrolled at Columbia University. There, she earned a degree in Comparative Literature, with a minor in Soviet Studies. Subsequently, Olick attended Northwestern University from which she received her master’s degree in journalism.
Diana Olick CNBC
After schooling, Olick got her career began at WABI-TV in Bangor, Maine. Furthermore, she joined WZZM-TV in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and then switched to KIRO-TV in Seattle, Washington State. However, it didn’t last long, as only a few months later, Olick began looking for a new opportunity, and became a part of CBS News.
Gradually, Olick’s popularity increased and her role at CBS improved. She came from a news reporter to evening news anchor and also the host of “The Early Show”. Moreover, Olick remained at CBS for seven years, after which she joined CNBC in September 2002 as a real estate correspondent, and has held the position since then. However, her role improved over the years, and she has contributed to such shows as “On the Money” from 2014 to 2019. In addition, she is an author of the “Reality Check” show, among numerous other contributions. Since joining CNBC Olick has become a national star, and one of the most praised journalists of the network. She has won an Emmy Award for her hard work.
Olick’s colleagues at CNBC include:
Morgan Brennan– general assignment reporter
David Faber– host
Julia Boorstin– senior media and entertainment correspondent
Contessa Brewer – correspondent and fill-in anchor
Kayla Tausche – on-air correspondent
Meg Tirrell – senior health and science reporter
Patti Domm – senior market editor
Diana Olick Salary
She is a CNBC’s correspondent, there is no doubt, therefore, she earns a decent salary. Olick‘s average salary is $75, 000 per year.
Diana Olick Net Worth
She earns her income through her career as a CNBC reporter. There is no doubt therefore, she has accumulated a decent fortune over the years. Olick‘s estimated net worth is $1.5 million.
Diana Olick Email
Correspondent @ Cbs News
Reporter @ Kiro Tv
Reporter @ Wzzm-Tv Grand Rapids