Kelly Evans Boyfriend, Dating or Married and Husband

Date: 20 Feb, 2017

Kelly Evans Boyfriend, Dating or Married and Husband

Kelly Evans is the name of a famous American journalist and co-anchor of the show called “Closing Bell” that airs on the CNBC business news channel based in CNBC's headquarters in New Jersey.

Now talking about her professional journey, dating back from May 2012 to May 2013, she was a co-anchor of “Squawk on the Street” and “Worldwide Exchange” on CNBC which was based in London.

And even before CNBC, she was a reporter and a columnist for the famous “The Wall Street Journal” which she started in 2007 covering real estate and economics. There she also worked as a reporter for the Global Economics Bureau. She also wrote for the column called “Ahead of the Tape” and wrote “Heard On the Street” too. On, she hosted the daily “News Hub” program. She was seen as a frequent guest on television and radio networks.

As a journalist, she is doing well in her career. Due to this, she must be receiving a handsome amount of salary from various shows, sponsorships, and endorsements. This has helped her to accumulate the net worth of more than five hundred thousand dollars.

She is sound in her academics that helped her reach the pinnacle of success in her career. She was able to get the George Washington Honor Scholarship which is a competitive four- year full-ride academic scholarship. Evans graduated magna cum laude from Washington and Lee University.

Born on July 17, 1985, she is of age thirty-two. She was born in Hartford, Connecticut but brought up in Lexington, Virginia, Rockbridge Country near the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Measuring 5’10” in height, she is a charming and an attractive personality. However not sufficient information has been revealed about her personal matter like who she is dating now. Only she can reveal if she has a boyfriend or not. Also, there is no authentic information regarding if she is married or not. So, we can’t tell if she has a husband or not.

According to her wiki, she was one of the moderators for a 2012 Republican Primary debate in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.