Deirdre Bosa CNBC, Husband, Wikipedia, Bio, Age, Nationality, Net Worth, Height and Photos

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Deirdre Bosa Biography and Wikipedia

Deirdre Bosa is an American journalist working as an anchor of CNBC’s tech-focused franchise, “TechCheck,” based in the San Francisco Bureau. She re-joined the station in October after joining the station in 2012, serving as a reporter for markets and economies of London and Singapore. She also worked for several multinational corporations including Barrick Gold in Toronto and Rio Tinto in Shanghai.

Deirdre Bosa Education

Deirdre attended and graduated from McGill University in Montreal, Canada, and the University of Hong Kong’s Masters of Journalism program.

Deirdre Bosa Age and Birthday

How old is Deirdre? Bosa is 39 years old as of 2023. She was born Deirdre Wang Morris in 1995, in San Francisco, United States. However, her exact details when she celebrates her birthday is still under review. READ: Meg Tirrell

Deirdre Bosa Nationality and Ethnicity

Deirdre holds both Canadian and American citizenship. Her husband is also a Canadian citizen. She is of Asian ethnicity. There is not much about her citizenship and ethnicity. However, we will update any upcoming information about her nationality and ethnicity.

Deirdre Bosa Height and Measurements

How tall is Bosa? She stands at an average height of 5 feet 5 inches (1.65 m). She also maintains a body weight of 122 lbs (55 kg). Her other body measurements are not yet available.

Deirdre Bosa Parents

Deirdre grew up in San Francisco. Her father is a lawyer and both her mother and father live in San Francisco. However, her parent and siblings’ names are not yet available. We will update once confirmed available in the public. RELATED: Stephanie Rivas

Deirdre Bosa Husband

Is Bosa married? Bosa is happily married to her husband Darryl Bosa, the founder of CMPNY Cowork Inc which he started back in August 2015 as Spacecraft Coworking. Darryl is a graduate of The University of British Columbia where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Finance, General. He also studied a Master of Business Administration in International Business, Trade and Commerce from TRIUM Global Executive MBA.

Deirdre Bosa Wedding and Son

Deirdre got married to her husband Darryl in 2014, through a private wedding ceremony that was attended by friends and family members. The avenue where the wedding took place is not yet known to the public.

Deirdre Son | Baby

Bosa and her husband Darryl are proud parents of a son, Hiro Bosa born on December 18, 2015.

Deirdre Bosa Salary

Bosa working as a technology anchor at CNBC’s network based in the San Francisco bureau earns an estimated annual salary ranging from $95,112-$204,653.

Deirdre Bosa Net Worth

Deidre as an American journalist, anchor, and reporter has an estimated net worth of $2 million. RELATED: Melissa Marino

Deirdre Bosa House

Bosa and her husband Darryl own big mansion houses. The couple also owns several cars. More information regarding her house will be updated as soon as possible.

Deirdre Bosa CNBC News

Deirdre is currently the anchor of CNBC’s tech-focused franchise, “TechCheck,” operating from the network’s San Francisco Bureau. Previously, she held the position of anchor for CNBC’s daily program, also called “TechCheck,” which aired from April 2021 to February 2023. Before her time as an anchor, Bosa worked as a technology reporter, covering major tech companies such as Amazon and Alphabet, prominent players in China’s tech scene like Alibaba and Huawei, and Silicon Valley’s leading disruptors including Airbnb, Uber, and WeWork. She gained recognition as a CNBC contributor, regularly appearing on-air and online, while reporting from Vancouver, Canada.

Bosa joined CNBC in 2012, focusing on market and economic coverage in London and Singapore. She co-anchored morning programs such as “Squawk Box Asia,” “Squawk Box Europe,” and “Worldwide Exchange.”

Prior to her tenure at CNBC, Bosa served as an anchor and reporter for CCTV News International in Beijing and also contributed to Fox Business News. Additionally, she gained professional experience working for multinational corporations like Barrick Gold in Toronto and Rio Tinto in Shanghai.