Becky Quick - Short Bio
|Place Of Birth||Gary, Indiana|
|Net Worth||$ 4,000,000 - Four Million US Dollars Only|
|Best Known For||Squawk Box|
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Becky Quick is a television journalist, currently working for the American business news TV Channel CNBC. She is best known for hosting the CNBC's finance related shows, Squawk Box, and On the Money.
A native of Gary, Indiana, Becky was born as Rebecca Quick on July 18, 1972. She turned 44 this year. She developed an interest in the financial sector very early. She had a luxurious childhood as her family economically benefitted from the oil production boom. As her geologist father chased the boom, the family moved to various locations in Oklahoma, Texas, Ohio, and Indiana. Her family finally settled down in Medford, New Jersey.
For her higher studies, she joined the Rutgers University from where she graduated in 1993, majoring in political science. While studying at Rutgers, she worked as editor-in-chief for the university’s official student newspaper The Daily Targum. As a successful editor-in-chief, Quick was awarded a Times Mirror Fellowship.
Becky is currently married to husband Matt Quayle and shares four children with him, two of whom are Matt's daughters from a previous relationship.