Carl Quintanilla

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Quick Facts

Nationality American
Profession Journalist
Working for CNBC Network
Ethnicity Asian
Marital Status Married
Spouse Judy Chung (Wife)
Married on 2005
Children(s) N/A(Kids)
Qualification Graduation
Education at University of Colorado Boulder
Net Worth(s) $2.5 million and salary is $500 thousand/annual
Name on Birth Carl Quintanilla
Divorce Not Yet
Height 6' 0" ft. tall
Weight N/A
Religion Buddhism
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black
Twitter @carlquintanilla
Body Measurements N/A
Age N/A

Carl Quintanilla is an American journalist. He is an anchor of CNBC network's Squawk on the Street morning program, which broadcasts live from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Previously, he was an anchor of Squawk Box.


His date of birth hasn’t been revealed to the public yet.


His personal has been a secretive as his personal details are not disclosed and he is able to keep his life a mystery.  

School College

He attended the University of Colorado at Boulder, in Boulder, Colorado, and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science in 1993.

Father, Mother

His father and mother names are not available as he is light lipped when we talk about his personal life.

Children Kids

He is the father of twins. He has two children Ava Jane and Lily Anna. They were born on June 17, 2009..

Career Life and Jobs

From the period of 1991 to 1993, Quintanilla used to be the reporter coupling columnist for Boulder Daily Camera (BDC)at Boulder, and earlier to that, he had spent one summer as an assistant editor for National Public Radio (NPR) in Washington. Before his joining of NBC, Quintanilla had spent grand six years as the news reporter in The Wall Street Journal (WSJ). From the period of 1994 to 1999, Quintanilla served to be the staff reporter for Wall Street Journal wherein he wrote for the WSJ Chicago, Illinois Bureau, encompassing airlines, issues into manufacturing and encompassing economic issues.  He as well wrote a week-wise column on work-related places and OTJ trends related to Wall Street Journal newspaper's front page.From the date of joining the NBC network in year 1999, Quintanilla had covered a vast range of news stories for CNBC News and NBC News both, where he reported as a New York- based and Chicago-based news correspondent. He did cover the Beijing (China) and London (UK) Olympics, the details of reconstruction related to post-war of Iraq and 2004 U.S. presidential election campaign. In the year 2005, Quintanilla spent long hard time at New Orleans as the most important part of NBC's team and its coverage relating to Hurricane Katrina, for which he was felicitated with the national Emmy, the RTNDA called Edward R. (E.R. Murrow) Murrow Award and not to be forgotten, the most inevitable broadcast's greatest honor, the P.A or called the Peabody Award. Quintanilla has been a successful reports for the commendable an hour lasting documentaries for the said network which in the huge list of documentaries majorly include “The Twitter Revolution”, The Costco (CC) Craze: featuring the giant of the warehouses, BMW: the obsession about driving BMW, Big Mac: the facts and figures about the McDonald’s empire, the secrets of the garbage life through “Trash Inc.”, the inside stories of Harvard Business School in the form of “The money chase”. Not forgetting his endeavors, we cannot sum up without notifying about the crime series telecast called the “Telecast Inc.”.

Wife, Marriage and Divorce

He is married to his wife Judy Chung who is a former CNBC/MSNBC producer on 17 June 2005.

Height, weight and age

He has a great height. He stands approximately 6 feet tall. He has maintained his body very well. His height and weight is balanced as she looks smart. His age is not revealed as his life is a closed book that hasn’t been opened yet.

Nationality, Ethnicity, religion

He lives in U.S. holding the nationality on America. He is if Asian ethnicity and he follows Buddhist religion. 

Net Worth, Salary and income

He is a hard working person and paid well from the network. His net worth is $2.5 million and his annual salary is $500 thousand. He has earned all this from his hard work and dedication towards his work.

Awards and Achievement

He has won awards for his work in the reporter profession. Quintanilla has won an Emmy Award, an Edward R. Murrow Award and in 2005 a Peabody Award for his coverage of Hurricane Katrina.

Quotes, Gossips and Rumor News

There were some rumors about his married life but they kept all these rumors aside and his marriage has lasted till date. He is living a happy life with his wife and children.

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