CNBC's Morgan Brennan and her husband Matt Cacciotti seem jubilant with the addition to their family. On 30 March 2016, the duo welcomed their baby girl. She is the first child of the happy couple.
Brennan married Matt back on August 6 of 2011. Reportedly, they dated for a couple of years before tying the knot in a small ceremony with their near and dear ones. Even after 5 years of marriage, the family is living happily in their own private little world and has recently welcomed a newly born baby girl into their lives.
Morgan Brennan and husband Matt Cacciotti who dated for a long time before tying the knot is still living a blissful married life with no any rumors of divorce and separation issues. The couple has recently welcomed their child, a baby girl.
Not much information has been made public by the family regarding their personal affairs. So being a non-TV personality, not much is known about Brennan’s husband, Matt Cacciotti. Matt has a private Instagram account.
But according to his Facebook profile, he is self-employed and has previously worked for the New York Mercantile Exchange.
However, Brennan has shared a few of her intimate family moments with her fans and followers through her Instagram. Her pride in being a wife and a mother is clear from her online sharing.
But unlike her husband, TV personality, Brennan has a huge fan following. For more than one and a half decades now, Brennan has been making a mark for herself in the media industry. With her provocative figure and bold personality, she has become a famed reporter and is quite popular among the network’s audiences.
Brennan has been working as a general assignment reporter for CNBC. She had joined the network on 2013 December. Currently, she is based at the network's global headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.
This bold speaker was a staff writer and reporter for Forbes Media from 2009, prior to joining CNBC. She used to report for Forbes Magazine, Forbes Life Magazine, and Forbes.com. She mostly covered real estate during her tenure there.
Brennan had held several positions there including anchor and reporter. She even served as a producer for the Forbes Video Network. For Forbes media, she covered a wide range of business and finance topics.
Her charming beauty and an expressive personality made her a regular guest on a variety of networks that discussed business and economics stories. She also interned at Newsweek International. As an intern, she was a fact-checker and a contributing writer.
Brennan graduated from the New York University majoring in Social Science with a double concentration in Anthropology and Media Studies. She seems to have a sound knowledge of finance, making her onscreen delivery even more engaging and informative.