Morgan Brennan co-hosts CNBC's “Closing Bell: Overtime” and is a journalist. Brewster, New York State, USA, is where she was born on April 26, 1986. She received a Bachelor of Arts in social science with magna cum laude from New York University.
She has worked as a reporter, author, and producer for Newsweek International, Forbes Media, and CNBC. She has experience in a range of industries, such as manufacturing, defense, and space.
Morgan has been a co-anchor of CNBC's “Squawk Alley” since April 2018, which is televised live from the New York Stock Exchange (M-F, 11AM–12PM ET). Brennan took over as the host of the market-focused Squawk on the Street in June 2020. Senior vice president of CNBC Business News Dan Colarusso said:
Morgan's previous job at CNBC was as a general assignment correspondent, where she covered a range of industries include manufacturing, defense and space, transportation, infrastructure, and insurance.
Morgan worked as a staff writer and reporter for Forbes Media until joining CNBC in December 2013. While there, she covered real estate for Forbes Magazine, Forbes Life, and Forbes.com.
She started working at Forbes in 2009 and has since held a variety of positions there, including anchor/reporter and producer for the Forbes Video Network, where she has reported on a variety of business and financial-related topics.
Morgan interned at Newsweek International from September 2008 to January 2009, where she worked as a fact-checker and contributing writer, before beginning her position at Forbes. Brennan was a frequent guest on numerous networks before that to discuss business and economic news issues.
On her MorganLBrennan Twitter account, where she posts CNBC articles and makes comments about the news, Brennan has amassed over 25,600 followers as of April 2020. Additionally, she has more than 7,000 followers on her morgan_bren Instagram account, where she shares pictures of her day-to-day activities.
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Morgan Brennan's Net Worth: How Much Does Morgan Brennan Earn?
Morgan has an estimated Net Worth of $2 million. Her income is derived from her work as a journalist and CNBC co-host. Her yearly pay scale is between $100,000 and $600,000.