Suzanne Malveaux an American television news journalist is one of the most prominent figures in news industry.
She was general assignment reporter for New England Cable News for four years.
Following that, she was hired by WRC-TV, an NBC affiliate to work as local and crime news reporter, in the year 1996. Suzanne’s success at NBC lured CNN to hire her as their new White House Correspondent.
She was promoted to parent channel NBC News in three years. During her tenure at NBC she covered the major news like Bill Clinton’s impeachment the Kosovo War, 2001 Afghan war, 2000 Presidential Election, September 11 Attack and many more. Since 2002 she has been at CNN, reporting various news national and international also travelling to Europe, South Asia, Africa, Asia, Australia, Latin America, etc. At CNN she has made remarkable contribution to the coverage of 2004 election, 2006 election, Egypt revolution, Arab Spring, hurricane Katrina and many more.
With great honor she was privileged to interview the famous US Presidents George H. She also interviewed Nelson Mandela’s family in 2012.
Malveaux, a physician also former dean of Medicine at Howard University was named Suzanne M. Her father belongs to black race but she is from mixed ethnicity.
She was raised in New Orleans and later shifted to Howard County.
She completed her high school from Centennial High School, earned a degree in sociology from Harvard University, later to receive her Master’s degree in broadcasting in 1991 from Columbia University School of Journalism.
The talented lady got her first job straight away after the completion of post graduation.
The network has won a couple of Emmys of which Suzanne was a crucial partaker.
She has been honored by numerous award including Outstanding Women In Marketing and Communication, 2009 Journalist of the year by Essence Magazine and many more.
Suzanne is one of the most demanded journalists of this era.