Viewers of news channels such as Fox Business Network, CNBC and Bloomberg will be very familiar with the reputable journalist, Susan Li. She is a notable financial reporter who has achieved worldwide fame as a result of her successful career in journalism.
Currently working for an American television channel, Fox Business Network, Li has previously been associated with popular news channels such as Bloomberg television, CNBC Asia, CNBC Europe, and CNBC US, where she has put her excellent reporting skill into play.
Read on to find out more interesting facts that you need to know about the talented journalist’s early life, career, and marriage.
Susan Li Biography
It was on the 1st of May, 1985, that the notable reporter was born in China. She was raised single-handedly by her mother in Toronto, Canada. At a very young age, Li’s mother migrated with her family to Toronto in search of a greener pasture. Her nationality is Canadian while her ethnicity is Chinese.
Li can fluently speak English and she is also familiar with Mandarin and Cantonese. However, details about her parents and siblings’ identities are yet to be made public. With reference to her education, the Chinese-born reporter acquired a degree in Economics from the University of Toronto.
Fox News, CNBC, and Bloomberg Career Achievements
Susan Li put her journalism career to a start at Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), where she worked as an associate producer and freelance reporter for their radio and television networks. A few years down the line, the talented journalist landed a job as China Central Television (CCTV) International anchor. There, she was broadcasting on the network’s English Channel.
During her time at CCTV, Li anchored several world news broadcasts along with the business news recap. She hosted business TV programs such as Biz China and also had an interview with Hugo Chavez, the President of Venezuela.
Furthermore, in 2006 the University of Toronto graduate joined Bloomberg TV channel and was well-known as the host of Asia Business Tonight, which is the television channel’s first primetime evening news broadcast in the Asia-Pacific area. She further followed it up by hosting several other programs in 2010, including Morning Call and Bloomberg Edge.
Li later moved on to host her self-titled business show; First Up with Susan Li, where she covered major business stories from across the world. In addition to that, she was responsible for the coverage of the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing as well as the Global Financial Crisis.
Throughout her years in Bloomberg, Li interviewed quite a good number of government and business leaders including Shinzo Abe; Japanese Prime Minister, Najib Razak; Malaysian Prime Minister, the CEO of Baidu; Robin Li, among others. While at the news Channel, Li was publicly recognized with several awards and nominations following her outstanding reporting skill, which includes The Asian Television Awards nomination for the Best News anchor award.
Susan Li later joined CNBC Asia in 2014 and there she worked as co-anchor of Asia Squawk Box (ASB). Interestingly, during her time at CNBC Asia, the adept journalist held a session on stage at the 2014 APEC Summit in Beijing, where the Russian Prime Minister; Vladimir Putin and the former US President, Barack Obama also mounted the stage.
In addition to her career at CNBC, Susan Li joined CNBC Europe, which is the London-based network, on 10th September 2015. In the following year, she moved to CNBC U.S, where she interviewed Justin Trudeau, the Canadian Prime Minister.
In August 2017, Li parted ways with CNBC. Then almost a year later, the notable reporter became Fox Business Network Correspondent. There, she has also gone ahead to interview Uber’s CEO, Dara Khosrowshahi.
Following the excellent job Susan Li has executed over the years, her work as a journalist has been highly commended. As a result of this, she has earned several awards and nominations, including Asian Television Award nomination for Best News Anchor in 2008, and then winning the Best News Programme Award as the First Up at the 17th edition of the award. Later in 2015, CNBC’s Asia Squawk Box which was hosted by Li was named as the Best News Program during the Asian Television Award.
Is She Married?
Regarding her personal relationship, the Award-winning journalist has decided to keep such information under the radar. There are no stories that can indicate that she might be in a relationship. However, we won’t be surprised to find out that Susan Li is in a relationship but has decided to keep details about it private. Till then, it is believed that she is still unmarried.