Kate Bohner Bio, Wiki, Age, Family, Height, Husband, CNBC, Net Worth, Salary and Twitter

Kate Bohner is an American Reporter/Editor best known for her time at CNBC serving the station as a Reporter/Associate Editor at Forbes.

Kate Bohner Biography

Kate Bohner is an American Banker/Writer/Blogger best known for her time at CNBC where she served the station as a Reporter/Associate Editor for Forbes Magazine. She is now the Chief Communications Officer, Research & Marketing Officer, and Managing Director of DMS Governance since 2013.

Kate Bohner Education

After studying management and international relations at the University of Pennsylvania and graduating in 1988, Bohner started her career in mergers and acquisitions at Lazard Investment Bank. After leaving Lazard, she attended the Columbia University School of Journalism, where she won the Reader’s Digest Literary Foundation Fellowship Grant, graduating in 1992 with a Master of Science degree in Journalism.

Kate Bohner Career

Bohner worked with CNBC News where she served the station as a Reporter/Associate Editor for Forbes Magazine. She is now working with DMS Governance as a Chief Communications Officer, Research & Marketing Officer, and Managing Director. While she was working at Forbes, she was promoted to a writer after 13 months.

Her work would appear in the Small Busines, Healthcare, Careers, Investigations, and other sections of the Magazine.  Later on, she was asked to reinvent the column “The Informer” and she rose to associate editor. While working with Forbes, she was also an on-air contributor to CNN and to E! Entertainment Network.

Bohner has also written for publications such as Harper’s Bazaar, George, and Marie Claire. This is in addition to co-authoring Donald Trump’s 1997 book Trump: The Art of Comeback. This book hit both the New York Times, the Wall Street, and Businessweek Bestseller lists. In the same year, she became a correspondent for CNBC, and launched “Business Center,” with Maria Bartiromo and Tyler Mathisen.

She also went on to write and broadcast “Kate Bohner’s Power File” on CNBC’s Power Launch. The year 1998 saw, Jack Reilly, the former executive producer at CNBC join her and other NBC veterans in founding a startup internet news service, JAGfn, and he provided content similar to that on CNBC.

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The year 2000 saw her being recruited as managing editor of digital financial media for E*Trade’s start-up financial news effort, a six-day per week webcast from New York City. This show also aired on Sundays on WNEW 102.7 FM. He also co-founded medical technology start-up Living Independently, Inc./QuietCare Systems(Care Innovations) in the year 2001, where she was serving the station as a chief marketing officer and chief operating officer. The year 2006 saw the company sell to GE Healthcare and Intel.

He also launched “Kate’s Take” on her own YouTube channel KBTVonline in the year 2006. KBTVonline was a four-minute daily videoblog based and shot in South Florida. This show covered a wide range of information from top news stories to quirky pop culture, politics, style, healthcare, and finance.

On Christmas Day of the year 2007, KBTVonline’s video hit number one in 19 countries. She later left South Florida for Los Angeles in the year 2008 and 2010 where she co-founded and became national director of Flybarre, a fitness program part of Flywheel Sports. The year 2012 saw her become chief marketing officer and director of communications at the World Trade Financial Group.

In 2013, Bohner joined DMS Offshore Investment Services Ltd., the world’s largest fund governance firm, where she currently serves as chief communications, research & marketing officer, and managing director. In July 2015, Bohner appeared on CNN to discuss her experience of working with presidential candidate Donald Trump.

The month of July year 2015 saw her appear on CNN in order to discuss her experience of working with presidential candidate Donald Trump. She is an active C-Suite executive with a wide variety of senior roles in multinational financial services companies. Bohner has specialized in Crisis Management and “Tech” Communications.

Kate Bohner CNBC

Bohner worked at CNBC where she worked alongside other famous CNBC anchors, reporters, meteorologists, and sports anchors including;

  1. Trish Rega
  2. Carmen Rita Wong
  3. Darren Rovell
  4. Dee Dee Myers
  5. Cory Johnson
  6. Kathleen Hays
  7. Ted David
  8. Shepard Smith
  9. Sara Eisen
  10. Contessa Brewer
  11. Morgan Brennan
  12. Jim Cramer
  13. Kate Rogers

Kate Bohner Age

Bohner is 54 years old as of 2021. She was born on April 14, 1967, in Wilmington, Delaware, United States. She celebrates her birthday on the 14th of April every year.

Kate Bohner Height

Bohner stands at a height of 5 feet 3 inches.

Kate Bohner Family

Bohner has managed to keep her personal life away from the limelight hence she has not disclosed any information about her parents. It is also not known if Bohner has any siblings.

Kate Bohner Husband

Bohner was confirmed to have had a relationship with Google CEO Eric Schmidt from 2006 to 2010. She was married to author Michael Lewis, known for his best-selling books Liar’s Poker, The New Thing, The Blind Hand, and Moneyball.

Kate Bohner Net Worth

Bohner has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – $5 Million which she has earned through being a journalist.

Kate Bohner Salary

Bohner earns an annual salary ranging between $40,000 – $ 110,500.

The table below answers some of the frequently asked questions about Bohner.

Who is Kate Bohner?

She is an American investment banker, writer, blogger, and active C-Suite executive

How old is Kate Bohner?

54 years old as of 2021

How tall is Kate Bohner?

 5 feet 3 inches

Who is Kate Bohner married to?

Michael Lewis

How much money does Kate Bohner earn?

$40,000 – $ 110,500

How much is Kate Bohner worth?

$1 Million – $5 Million

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