The chief business, technology and economics correspondent at ABS News Rebecca Jarvis image as a journalist forged since the year 1997 after she left her banking career.
The thirty five years old successful journalist Rebecca Jarvin is a Minnesota native. She grew up achieving several awards for her excellence. Afterwards, she continued being an excellent journalist and started printing Rebecca Jarvis image in the News Channels. Currently working for ABC as economics and finance correspondent, Jarvis has also worked with CNBC and CBS, not to mention Bank of America Securities and Citigroup’s foreign currency exchange. Jarvis is also the host and managing director of Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis in ABC News.
Rebecca Jarvis was born on 28 September, 1981 in Minneapolis, Minnesota in the United States of America. Jarvis is an American and belongs to white ethnicity. Rebecca was born to Chicago Tribune finance columnist Gail Marks Jarvis and James T. Javaris.
Jarvis graduated from St. Paul Academy and Summit School in 1999. Later, she attended the University of Chicago in 2003 and majored in Economics and Law, Letters and Society. An outstanding student, Rebecca Jarvis image started gaining popularity since her early days. For her talent and academic excellence, she received University of Chicago Dean’s Grant. Further, she continued her education at the Universite Sciences Po and Dauphine Universite in Paris, France. There, she studied European banking and financial markets.
Being finance and banking graduate, Jarvis started her career in investment bank, Bank of America Securities in Chicago. Also, she has worked in Citigroup’s foreign currency exchange.
However, she developed interest in journalism later on. Soon, she followed her mother’s footsteps and completely turned towards journalism. She left her relevant career in banking and joined Saturday Early Show as a co-host in 1997 as its news reader. On 2006, CNBC hired her as an associate reporter.
Jarvis had an advantage due to her major related to economics which came useful while she joined in as reporter. Having knowledge in finance sector, she joined CBS News on April 17, 2010 as business and economics correspondents. Later, Rebecca Jarvis image gained appreciation as she appeared as a co-host of CBS This Morning Saturday.
Afterwards, she joined ABC News as business and economics correspondent on April 2, 2013. Since then, she has been working as chief business and economics correspondent in ABC News. Besides, she has handled her responsibilities as host and managing director of Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis in ABC News. She also reports and hosts other shows like Good Morning America, ABC World News Tonight, Nightline, and 20/20. Recently, Rebecca started working in ABC News Radio program No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis in 2017.
The talented student and a passionate learner, Rebecca Jarvis image started to stand out since her early days. The talent activist was glorified from her teen age. To verify that she was an overachiever, we can see several evidences of her talent. Javaris’s name was listed under Teen People’s “20 Teens who will Change the World” in the February of 2000. She had raised $750,000 for her own charity that worked for advocacy of marginalized teens and children. For this purpose, she became the recipient of “Point of Light” award. Moreover, in 2005, Javaris was a highly competitive finalist in “The Apprentice”, the show that judges the business skills. She lost to Randal Pinkett while Donald Trump wanted to hire Javaris too.
Rebecca Jarvis married Matthew Pierce Hanson on 28 January 2012 and the couple is still married to the present day at McNamara Alumni Centre, Minesota. Hanson is also the alumni of University of Chicago and was her co-worker in Bank of America Securities in Chicago. Talking about the special moments of the couple, Hanson proposed her on LaSalle Street in Chicago in December 2010. Being a successful reporter, her net worth is estimated to be $1.5 million.
Rebecca Jarvis image is developed as a versatile journalist who covers the financial matters. With her talent and keen interest in finance and journalism, she has contributed enough for the news channels.