Susan Li Biography
Susan Li is a Chinese-Canadian journalist who serves at Fox Business Network as a business correspondent. Li started her career at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, where she worked as an associate producer and a freelance reporter for radio and television.
Susan Li Age
Li is 36 years old as of 2021. She was born on May 1, 1985, in China. She celebrates her birthday on 1st May every year.
Susan Li Height
Li stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in (1.73m ).
Susan Li Family
Li was born in China and brought up in a Chinese descent family in Toronto, Canada. Her family migrated to Canada from China. Her mother, who immigrated to Canada from China and raised her family on her own, is her mentor. Susan was also reared with her older sister, who married in August 2004. Helen Rmt is the Instagram handle of her sister.
Susan Li Husband
There have been rumors that she’s married. Susan’s friend Vivienne Tam, a fashion designer, uploaded a photo of herself, Susan, and Susan’s husband on her Facebook page in December 2012. Susan, on the other hand, has not confirmed whether the information in the post is accurate since it was shared.
Susan Li Net Worth
Li has an estimated net worth of $3.3 million which she has earned through her successful career as a journalist.
Susan Li Salary
Li earns an annual salary of $165,000.
The table below answers some of the frequently asked questions about Susan Li.
|How old is Susan Li?||36 years old|
|How tall is Susan Li?||1.7 meters|
|Who is Susan Li married to?||Unknown|
|How much money does Susan Li earn?||$165,000|
|How much is Susan Li worth?||$3.3 million|
Susan Li Education
Li began her career as a reporter at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, where she covered a variety of political and consumer issues after graduating from the University of Toronto with a degree in economics.
Susan Li CNBC
Li previously worked as a co-anchor on CNBC’s Asia Squawk Box and Worldwide Exchange, covering global economic and political concerns. Li also hosted First Class, a luxury travel and lifestyle program on CNBC International.
Prior to joining CNBC, Li worked as a Hong Kong-based anchor for Bloomberg Television, where she hosted First Up with Susan Li, which won the 2012 Asian Television Awards for “Best News Program.” In addition to hosting her discussion program Asia Stars, Bloomberg Edge, and Morning Call, she was the network’s top anchor in Asia.
Susan Li Bloomberg Television
Li joined Bloomberg Television in 2006 as the host of Asia Business Tonight, the channel’s first primetime evening newscast in the Asia-Pacific area. In 2010, she began hosting Bloomberg Edge and Morning Call. She hosted the morning business show First Up with Susan Li, where she focused on Asian market openings, interviewed corporate executives, and reported on major news events from around the world.
Li also hosted Asia Stars, a show that was shot in part on board Hong Kong’s famed Star Ferry as it crossed Victoria Harbour. She also co-hosted Asia Edge, a show with more in-depth interviews and news coverage. Li was seen all over the world as part of Bloomberg International’s worldwide programming.
She spoke with a variety of business and government leaders during her time at the channel, including Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, US Ambassador to China Gary Locke, Citi CEO Michael Corbat, Baidu CEO Robin Li, author Malcolm Gladwell, BlackRock Chairman, and CEO Larry Finkand, and American casino developer Steve Wynn, among others.
She covered and reported on events like the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics, the Shanghai World Expo, the Chinese stock market bubble, and the Global Financial Crisis. She was nominated for the Asian Television Awards’ Best News Anchor award in 2008. First Up won the Best News Programme Award at the 17th Asian Television Awards in 2012, and she was “Highly Commended” as Best Anchor.
Susan Li FBN
Susan Li became a business correspondent for the FOX Business Network (FBN) in January 2019. Li handles breaking financial news from FBN’s New York headquarters in this position. Li has interviewed some of the most famous figures in business and economic policy throughout her time at the network, including Apple CEO Tim Cook, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Quibi CEO Meg Whitman, and Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi.
Li most recently led reporting from Hong Kong during the 2019 demonstrations, also known as the Anti–Extradition Law Amendment Bill movement, as well as from the New York Stock Exchange floor when Uber made its public market debut as the largest American IPO since 2012.
Li is currently working at FBN where she works alongside other famous FBN anchors and reporters including;
- Dagen McDowell
- Maria Bartiromo
- Ashley Webster
- Stuart Varney
- Charles Payne
- David Asman
- Hillary Vaughn
- Jack Otter