Facts of Diana Olick
|Birth Country||New York City, New York, United States|
|Net worth||$1.5 Million|
|Spouse||Scott Wagner Gold|
|Children||Noah and Madeline Gold|
Diana Olick is a real estate correspondent, who is notable for covering both commercials as well as property estates for real-time financial mortgage market news channel, CNBC. She came to attention after making headlines about the second possible Bahrain war (also known as the Iraq war), which took place between the middle-eastern and western countries.
Olick was born in New York City, New York, United States, to Mr. Philip S. Olick and Mrs. Alice Olick. Her dad is a senior managing partner for a law firm, Moses & Singer and her mom is one of the assistant corporation counselors of the New York City Law Department.
On the other side, Olick attended Trinity School for high school diploma from 1981 to 1985. She then enrolled at Columbia College in 1985. Four years later, she earned a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Comparative Literature and Soviet Studies degree.
Diana currently holds a Master of Science (M.S.) in Broadcast Journalism degree from Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism since 1991. Other than that, she is fluent in Russian and French apart from her native language, English.
Salary & Net Worth
Diana Olick first served as a news reporter at WABI Channel 5 in 1991. She further reported for news networks like WZZM-TV Grand Rapids and KIRO-TV. She then worked as a correspondent for CBS News affiliated news programs, including This Morning, Evening News with Dan Rather, 48 Hours, and Sunday Morning from 1994 to 2001.
Olick has been working for an award-winning global financial news channel, CNBC since 2002. She earns an average salary of $74,422 per year, which is equivalent to a CNBC real estate correspondent. So, she boasts a net worth of $1.5 Million as of 2020.also read Leslie Picker‘s net worth and status.
Apart from this, Olick has won several accolades and honors for her news coverage throughout the news networks. She is the recipient of an Emmy Award for her reporting work. Back in 2015, she received the Gracie Award for her outstanding blog in CNBC.
Husband: Scott Wagner Gold
The prize winning blogger, Olick is enjoying her love life with her husband, Scott Wagner Gold, who is the Schieffelin & Somerset Co.’s marketing consultant. The pair married on 27th March 1999 at the University Club in New York, where Rabbi Richard Chapin performed their wedding ceremony.
Soon after three years of marriage, the couple became parents of twin fraternity children, Noah and Madeline Gold, who were born on 5th April 2002. The Olick-Gold family currently lives a happy and prosperous life in the Washington, D.C. metro area.