Since marrying her long-time companion Matt Cacciotti, American writer Morgan Brennan has welcomed two children. She has, on the other hand, kept her motherhood and details about her children private, refusing to post images of them on social media. Here’s what we’ve learned thus far!
In 2011, she married Matt Cacciotti
Brennan married Cacciotti in a private ceremony on August 6, 2011. It’s unclear when they began dating, but his photos on Brennan’s Instagram suggest they’re still going strong.
Rightfully, the Squawk Alley anchor refers to her husband as her best friend. She shared a photo with him on Instagram on September 16, 2018. At Orient Beach State Park, the couple could be seen enjoying some quality time on a swing. In the caption, she included the hashtag #bestfriendforever.
In another photo posted on July 14, 2019, she commented for her spouse, “You’re my best buddy.”
Her business partner is the founder and CEO of Gold Street Trading Ltd, a brokerage firm. MMC Trading’s president is also Cacciotti.
They have two children
Brennan and her husband have two children. In 2016, her eldest child, a daughter, was born. Her second child’s birthday, on the other hand, is yet to be determined.
She announced her pregnancy in July 2020 and said she will give birth in the summer of that year. She then hinted at the birth of her child on August 4, 2020, claiming she was “busy being a new mom again.”
Needless to say, the CNBC anchor keeps her children’s lives very private; she rarely posts images or updates about them on social media. On April 16, 2020, she disclosed the last information she had on her children. She tweeted a photo of her daughter riding a bike and explained that she learned to ride a bike during the lockdown. The mother of two also stated that the epidemic provided her with the opportunity to be quiet and reorganize her priorities.
Her Career and Parents
If it hadn’t been for a change of heart, Brennan would have become a musical superstar. She dreamed of making it great in the music industry as a young child, but she didn’t go to college after high school to pursue her ambition.
Her plans altered when she was in her early twenties, and she decided to pursue a career as an anthropologist. She earned a bachelor’s degree in the topic from New York University in 2010.
She recognized that anthropology and journalism were comparable as she progressed through the course. She sought a career in media as a result, interning at Newsweek International.
She began working at Forbes Media in 2009 as a video department assistant. She worked her way up the corporate ladder until she was named the network’s reporter. She joined Forbes magazine’s staff as a real estate reporter in 2011.
Her parents taught her how to work in the real estate industry. Her father was a real estate developer, while her mother was a real estate agent. She practically grew up learning everything there was to know about real estate, including inflation and the eventual crisis.
Her knowledge aided her in her career at Forbes. Soon after, the CNBC reporter began appearing on Fox News’ Forbes on Fox and MSNBC’s Weekends with Alex Witt as a regular guest.
She joined CNBC as a general assignment correspondent in December 2013. In April 2018, she was promoted to co-anchor of CNBC’s Squawk Alley. She departed the show two years later to become the anchor of Squawk on the Street. She writes about a variety of subjects, including defense, manufacturing, and space. Her experience in the journalism field has undoubtedly aided her in increasing her net worth through pay.