Diana Olick CNBC, Bio, Age, Husband, Wikipedia, Family, Fitness, Salary, Net Worth and Height

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Diana Olick Biography and Wikipedia

Diana Olick is an American Emmy Award-winning journalist currently serving as CNBC’s senior climate and real estate correspondent based in Washington, DC. She joined CNBC in September 2002. Before joining CNBC, she worked as a correspondent for seven years at CBS News in New York, Dallas and Washington bureaus.

Diana Olick Education

Olick studied at Trinity School where she earned her High School Diploma in 1985. After graduating from high school, she joined Columbia College in New York where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Comparative Literature and Soviet studies in 1989. In 1990, She attended Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism with a master’s degree in Broadcast Journalism.

Diana Olick Age

How old is Diana? Diana is 56 years old as of 2023. She was born Diana Meredith Olick on May 5, 1967, in New York, United States of America. Her birthday is always celebrated on 5th May of every year. READ: Rebecca Pritchard

Diana Olick Nationality and Ethnicity

Diana holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. She was born and raised in New York. She is of Caucasian ethnicity/heritage. Her religion is listed as a Christian.

Diana Olick Height

How tall is Olick? She stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.68 m). Information regarding her other body measurements is currently under review.

Diana Olick Family | Parents

Diana is the daughter of (father) Philip S. Olick and (mother) Alice Olick. Her father Philip is a respected attorney and also works as a senior partner at Moses and Singers, a New York law firm. While her mother Alice served as an assistant corporation counsel for the New York City Law Department. Details about her siblings are currently under review.

Diana Olick Husband | Wedding

Is Diana married? Diana is currently married to her husband Scott Wagner Gold, a marketing consultant to the Schieffelin & Somerset Company in New York, an importer of wines and spirits. The couple got married through a private wedding ceremony on March 27, 1999. Their wedding was officiated by Rabbi Richard Chapin at the University Club in New York. He is a graduate of Boston College.

He is the son of Paula Gold and Herbert Gold. His father retired as the executive vice president of the John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company in Boston. while his mother is the chief legal counsel at the Plymouth Rock Auto Assurance Company in Boston.

Diana Olick Twins

Olick and her husband Scott are proud parents of twins a son Noah and a daughter Maddie.

Diana Olick Salary

Diana serving as CNBC’s real estate correspondent across all CNBC platforms earns an estimated annual salary ranging from $55,000 – $150,000. READ: Kandi Burruss

Diana Olick Net Worth

Diana Olick is an American Emmy Award-winning journalist, anchor and reporter who has an estimated net worth ranging from $100k – $1 million.

Diana Olick CNBC | Wikipedia

Diana Olick, an Emmy Award-winning journalist, presently holds the role of CNBC’s senior correspondent specializing in climate and real estate. Her expertise in these fields is also featured on NBC News NOW, MSNBC, NBC’s “Today,” and “NBC Nightly News.” Olick is a frequent guest speaker and contributor on NPR and C-SPAN. Notably, her contributions to CNBC.com earned her the prestigious Gracie Award for “Outstanding Blog” in 2015.

In 2002, shortly after joining CNBC, Olick astutely identified the rapid surge in the housing market, driven by investor activity, prompting her to establish the network’s real estate coverage. Her reporting spans both commercial and residential real estate, along with insights into the mortgage market. Olick was at the forefront of covering the housing boom, the subsequent subprime mortgage crisis, the resulting housing downturn, and the ongoing recovery. She is also the driving force behind CNBC.com’s real estate section and serves as its primary author.

In 2018, Olick introduced a groundbreaking series on CNBC titled “Rising Risks,” which delves into various facets of the escalating risks to real estate posed by climate change. Over time, the series expanded beyond real estate, and in 2021, Olick transitioned to full-time climate reporting across all industries. In the same year, she reported from the COP26 United Nations climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland, focusing on government, corporate, and private sector investments in the fight against climate change.

Early in 2022, Olick launched yet another climate-oriented series called “Clean Start” on CNBC. This series explores venture capital investments in climate startups and airs on a weekly basis, accompanied by its dedicated page on CNBC.com/clean-start.

Before her tenure at CNBC, Olick spent seven years as a correspondent for CBS News. She commenced her career as a local news reporter at WABI-TV in Bangor, Maine; WZZM-TV in Grand Rapids, Michigan; and KIRO-TV in Seattle. In 1994, she joined CBS as a New York-based correspondent for “CBS Evening News with Dan Rather” and “The Early Show,” contributing pieces to “48 Hours” and “Sunday Morning” as well.

During her time at CBS, Olick worked in bureaus located in New York, Dallas, and Washington, D.C., covering a wide range of impactful stories, including the World Trade Center conspiracy trial, the crash of TWA Flight 800, the JonBenet Ramsey murder mystery, and serving as the exclusive correspondent for the trial of Oklahoma City bomber Terry Nichols. She also embarked on a temporary assignment at CBS’ Moscow bureau, where she chronicled the brief presidential campaign of Mikhail Gorbachev.