|Birth Name:||Seema Mody|
|Qualification:||University of Washington|
American anchor/reporter, Seema Mody CNBC career earned her huge fame and net worth along with stable career and a number of fans.
Seema Mody is from Indian origin. However, she is an American who has established her career as an anchor and reporter. Seema Mody CNBC career started in 2011 due to which she earned millions of fans across the world. Prior to working with CNBC, she has worked for CNBC-TV 18 in Mumbai, India.
Seema Mody is an American citizen born in Portland, Oregon. She went to the University of Washington.
Mody relocated to America from India to work as a reporter after CNBC called her there. She reported a number of shows in CNBC, namely, Street Signs, Kudlow Report and a hit show Closing Bell.
In addition, she has worked for CNBC Europe for a year. Mody is the former co-anchor of Worldwide Exchange there. She later left CNBC Europe and joined CNBC US where she earned enormous popularity as time elapsed. Mody is best known for anchoring After the Bell and Power Breakfast when she was the anchor in CNBC, India.
Seema Mody met Jeff Macke when they were college students. They are in relationship since their college days. The college sweethearts have managed to pull their longtime relationship despite their busy schedule and the effort has become a worthy one. There is no other information about her dating other guys. She has never married.
The beautiful anchor Seema Mody CNBC career has earned her enough fame. Likewise, she has maintained privacy in her personal life quite well. Therefore, she has not revealed any further information about her and Jeff’s engagement and marriage.
The first South Asian woman to gain worldwide fame as an anchor/reporter. Furthermore, Seema Mody CNBC career has provided her with enough amenities. Her job at a respectable broadcasting company provided the talented reporter with descent salary. As a result, her estimated net worth lies somewhere between fifty thousand dollars to one million dollars.
Social engagement offered by boutique fitness classes adds to why millennials are ditching the gym https://t.co/jpiJA872N7— Seema Mody (@seemacnbc) August 24, 2017