Rahel Solomon Biography
Rahel Solomon is an American journalist who works as a correspondent for CNN International and CNN, covering international business news. She formerly worked as a general assignment correspondent for CNBC Business News. She started her career working as a production assistant at WCAU-TV in Philadelphia. She also worked as a Multiplatform Reporter at Medill News Service in Washington, DC for a year.
Rahel Solomon Age | Birthday
How old is Rahel? She is 33 years old as of 4 October 2021. She was born in Sudan and raised in West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania United States of America, and celebrates her birthday every 4th of October.
Rahel Solomon Education
Solomon graduated from St. John’s University with a bachelor’s degree in finance and was voted Broadcast Journalist of the Year by the Colorado Association of Black Journalists in 2015. She also holds a master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University’s Medill School.
Rahel Solomon Ethnicity | Nationality
What ethnicity is Rahel? she belongs to the black ethnicity/heritage, she was born in Sudan and raised in West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the United States and she holds American nationality. She comes from a large extended family and is proud of her Ethiopian ancestry.
Rahel Solomon Early life | Family | Parents
she was born in Sudan and raised in West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the United States. Solomon’s parents are both Ethiopians, and When she was three years old, her family moved to Philadelphia and made it their home.
Rahel Solomon Husband | Married
Rahel is currently single and has never been in a relationship. She is currently concentrating on her job and has not updated her marital status or public appearances. She hasn’t made her relationship public. Her marital status, whether married, engaged, divorced, or single, is unknown.
Rahel Solomon Salary
The beautiful talented anchor earns an annual salary of $290,000.
Rahel Solomon’s Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $3 Million.
Where is CNBC Rahel Solomon? | Career
Solomon formerly worked as a general news reporter for CNBC, where her work was featured on shows like The News with Shepard Smith, Halftime Report, and Power Lunch. Before joining CNBC, Solomon worked as a morning news anchor for CBS3 in Philadelphia. Solomon began his work at CNN in Washington, DC as an intern in the Special Investigations Unit in 2012. She collaborated with Drew Griffin and Scott Bronstein on their investigation into treatment delays for veterans at VA facilities during her internship, and she assisted with the network’s 2012 midterm election night coverage. In 2016, she went to the NABJ/NAHJ convention in Washington, DC, and participated in the CNN workshop “From Local Reporter to Network Correspondent.”