Suzanne Malveaux is an American TV News journalist by profession and works as a correspondent for CNN. She covers both national and international news with cultural events, but with her partner Karine Jean-Pierre’s recent appointment as the 35th White House press secretary on May 13, 2022, Suzanne is expected to change her position wherever she goes not cover the political part.
Malveaux began her career in the media industry as a general duties reporter, working for many media companies covering duties in Washington, DC and Boston. She worked with WRC-TV, WFXT-TV and New England Cable News before finally getting her last job at CNN. Malveaux has worked consistently on many of her projects, including producing documentaries in Egypt and Kenya. She also worked on an hour-long documentary about the Great Depression with Boston-based Blackside Inc.
Suzanne Malveaux was born on December 4, 1966 in Lansing, Michigan. She enrolled in Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, where she received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees. She grew up with three other siblings, including an identical twin sister, Suzette M. Malveaux (a professor at the Columbus School of Law), Courtney Malveaux (commissioner of the Virginia Department of Labor and Industry), and Gregory F Malveaux (who is an associate professor of English works at Montgomery College). She is also related to one of her distant siblings named Julianne Malveaux, who is her distant cousin and works as a columnist and former president of Bennett College.
Suzanne Malveaux career
Before joining CNN, Suzanne worked as a correspondent for NBC News in Chicago and Washington, DC. Malveaux joined CNN in May 2002 and began her journey with CNN as the network’s co-host for the show Around The World. She has worked for at least a decade, presenting herself as a White House correspondent while covering the news of Presidents Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, and George W. Bush. She has traveled the world in the course of covering the latest and breaking news.
Malveaux has worked as a CNN correspondent, covering various national and international news with coverage of cultural events. Before joining the media company in 2002, she worked for NBC in Chicago and DC.
Rise to Fame
With the announcement of the new role of Jean-Pierre, with whom Suzanne lives and pursues her love affair and also shares an adopted daughter with her, she will not cover politics to avoid the conflict with her partner. It is said by the department that Suzanne Malveaux will continue in her role as CNN’s national correspondent and will continue to cover national or international or even breaking news across different departments, but will not cover politics, Capitol Hill or the White House, while Karine Jean-Pierre serves as White House press secretary.
During her work as a White House Correspondent, Suzanne has interviewed many high-profile figures, including former Presidents George HW Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush. Her coverage of White House issues has taken her on various trips abroad, including Europe, Southeast Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, the Balkans, and others.
Suzanne Malveaux Biography
|Susanne Maria Malveaux
|Date of birth
|December 4, 1966
|Age (as of 2022)
|Place of birth
|Lansing, Mich., USA
|in feet inches – 5′ 6” – in centimeters – 168 cm
|in kilograms – 59kg – in pounds – 130 pounds
Suzanne Malveaux Family
|Floyd J Malveaux
|Myrna Maria Ruiz
|One (Suzette M. Malveaux)
|Two (Courtney M. Malveaux & Gregory F. Malveaux)
|Harvard University, Columbia University
|In a relationship
|is she a lesbian
|Who is Suzanne Malveaux’s partner/spouse?
|Karine Jean Pierre
|One (Soleil Malveaux Jean-Pierre)
Jean-Pierre and Malveaux are romantically linked and they adopted a daughter who they named Soleil Malveaux Jean-Pierre. The girl is reportedly in her teens and is around 7 years old. While both romantically linked partners have well-defined social media profiles, they prefer to keep their family photos and identities away from the cameras. On June 3, 2014, it was announced that Suzanne Malveaux had adopted a girl she shares with her partner Karine Jean-Pierre. The family is reported to live in New Orleans and from where the family moved to Howard County, Maryland.
Suzanne Malveaux Net Worth
What is certain is that Suzanne Malveaux makes good money with her only job as a journalist. She is said to have a renowned journalism career and a family to support her through her ups and downs. Right now, Malveaux’s estimated net worth is around $3 million, which is enough to support her low-key, luxury lifestyle.