Suzanne Malveaux is a well-known American journalist, who has an impressive resume in the television world. She has worked for various news organizations and has taken her work around the world. She was a White House correspondent and is now a famous co-anchor for CNN’s international news program ‘Around the World’ alongside Michael Holmes. Rumors circulated for years that Malveaux was gay, but her camp never confirmed it until she adopted a little girl, revealing her long-term relationship with her partner Karine Jean-Pierre.
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Karine subsequently published a biographical book and dedicated it to Malveaux and their daughter, which was the only time either of the two openly admitted to their relationship – while they didn’t try to keep their relationship a secret, they didn’t talk about it either the public.
Early Life – Birth and Family
Susanne was born on December 4, 1966 in Lansing, Michigan, USA, of African, French and Hispanic descent. She was born to a Louisiana Creole who originally lived in New Orleans. Her father is Floyd Joseph Malveaux, who is a physician and dean of Howard University’s College of Medicine, and the founder of the university’s National Human Genome Center.
He is currently the executive director of the Merck Childhood Asthma Network. Her mother was Myrna Maria Ruiz, a now deceased teacher.
Suzanne has an identical twin sister – Suzette M. Malveaux – who is a professor at the Columbus School of Law, and two other siblings, Courtney M. Malveaux and Gregory F. Malveaux. All of her siblings are experienced and successful in their fields – Courtney was a former Assistant Attorney General for Virginia and former Chairman of the Richmond Republican Committee.
She is currently the commissioner of the Virginia State Department of Labor and Industry. Gregory, on the other hand, works at Montgomery College as an associate professor of English. Suzanne is also related to Julianne Malveaux, a well-known columnist and former president of Bennett College.
Suzanne and her family lived in New Orleans earlier in her life and eventually moved to Howard County, Maryland, where she attended Centennial High School in Ellicott City, enrolling in 1984.
She received a BA in Sociology from Harvard College and graduated Cum Laude, and received her Master’s degree in Broadcasting from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism in 1991. She was made an honorary member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority.
Suzanne started out as a reporter for New England Cable News in Boston, Massachusetts in 1992, until in 1996 she started working as a reporter for WRC-TV, an NBC-affiliated channel doing local and crime news in Washington, DC.
In 1999, she was recruited by host Tim Russert to join NBC News, where she worked as a reporter for three years, during which time she was assigned as a Pentagon correspondent. She also worked as a White House correspondent, covering controversial news such as Bill Clinton’s oval office affair, his subsequent impeachment, the 2000 presidential election, the 9/11 attacks, and many others. Suzanne has made great strides in her career, working as a substitute anchor for Wolf Blitzer’s show CNN – “The Situation Room.”
She also became the co-anchor of the popular CNN program ‘Around the World’ and hosted ‘The Root 100’, an eight-part series on the Aspire TV Network.
Lesbian relationship, life partner and daughter
There is no information about the length of her relationship with Karine or how they met, although it is safe to assume that they met in the political news circle. Karine is a political commentator, activist, campaign organizer and public affairs expert.
The couple adopted their daughter, Soleil Malveaux Jean-Pierre, in 2014. Wolf Blitzer announced the adoption on his show on June 3, 2014. It was Wolf Blitzer who announced the adoption on June 3, 2014.
The two are very active in both their careers as they raise their daughter together. There are no records showing that the two are married, although they have been living together for some time. Their daughter, Soleil, is now almost six years old and seems to be growing up to be a beautiful, strong and smart girl, just like her parents.
Suzanne’s net worth is estimated to be over $2 million, with an annual salary reported to be over $100,000 as of early 2020.
Suzanne has blond hair, blue eyes. She is 1.68 m tall and weighs about 58 kg. At 53, her photos show that she still looks very fit and young.