• Tracee Carrasco is a broadcast journalist best known for her work with the Fox Business Network
• She has a net worth of over $300,000
• She grew up in Honolulu, Hawaii but later settled in Southern California
• She graduated from Azusa Pacific University and has since held internships at various news channels
• She is active on social media, with over 16,000 followers on Instagram, 11,000 on Twitter, and 8,000 on Facebook
Who is Tracee Carrasco?
Tracee Carrasco was born on 29 March 1993, in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, and is a broadcast journalist, best known for her work with the Fox Business Network. She’s also worked for other stations such as CBS 2, WCBS-TV, and Fox KQDS, and has gained numerous award nominations throughout her career.
The Net Worth of Tracee Carrasco
How rich is Tracee Carrasco? As of mid-2019, sources estimate a net worth that is over $300,000, earned through a successful career as a reporter. According to several sources, the Fox Business Network has an average annual pay of $45,000. As she continues her endeavors, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Early Life and Education
Very little is known about Tracee’s life before her rise to fame on television, as there is limited information in regards to her family as well as her childhood. While she grew up in Honolulu, her family later settled in Southern California where she spent her formative years. Her father is an armed forces veteran, while her mother is a PhD holder.
After matriculating from high school, she then enrolled at Southern California’s Azusa Pacific University (APU), a private evangelical Christian institution. It was founded in 1899 and was originally located in Whittier, California before eventually offering degrees in Azusa in 1939. The school offers over 100 degree programs on campus, online, and in regional locations across Southern California. They have their own seminary which holds a Wesleyan-Arminian doctrine. Numerous colleges within the university include the Honors College, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, School of Behavioral and Applied Sciences, School of Business and Management, along with many others.
During her time at the university, Carrasco gained her first working experience through internships in several news channels, including KCAL-TV Channel 9 News, KABC-TV, and KCBS-TV Channel 2. After graduating, she started her career as a weekend anchor and reporter for the Fox KQDS network based in Duluth, Minnesota, while also serving nearby Superior, Wisconsin. It is owned by Red River Broadcasting while some of its internal operations are based out of facilities of its sister station Red River’s flagship KVRR, in Fargo, North Dakota.
After completing her run with the show, she then moved to work with the ABC affiliate WKRN News 2 located in Nashville, Tennessee, owned by the Nexstar Media Group with studios located on Murfreesboro Road. Aside from her television work, she has also done writing projects with magazines and newspapers, including for the Duluth News Tribune which is known for its heavy distribution within the Twin Ports metropolitan area, and is owned by Forum Communications. She has also written for San Gabriel Valley which is an area in Southern California just east of Los Angeles.
Fox Business Network
Prior to joining the Fox Business Network, Tracee had a few other jobs, including writing for “Equities Magazine”. She also had a reporting job with WCBS-TV, where she worked with the likes of Mary Calvi and Alice Gainer. It is the flagship station of the CBS television network located in New York City, mostly broadcast in the eastern US, with other areas having access to the station thanks to satellite television provided by DirecTV.
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She then joined the Fox Business Network, where she took on the position of general assignment reporter. The Business is owned by Fox News Group, and covers discussions on financial and business news. The network is available to over 74 million pay television households, with its day to day operations run by Fox News executive vice president Kevin Magee. Fox Business was not a part of the major deal which saw 21st Century Fox selling the majority of its assets to The Walt Disney Company. The network instead moved to the significantly downsized Fox Corporation, joining the Fox News Channel, Fox Sports, and Fox Broadcasting Company.
Personal Life and Social Media
For her personal life, it is known that Carrasco married long-term boyfriend Rodrigo in 2019, after becoming engaged the previous year, revealed through an account on Instagram, later posting photos of the wedding confirming their union. The two are often spotted together and have posted numerous photos online. She owns a pet dog named Dakota whom she adopted while in Nashville, Tennessee, plus another dog but details have not been shared publicly.
Similar to numerous broadcast personalities, she is highly active online through accounts on social media. She has over 16,000 followers on her Instagram account, on which she posts a lot of personal photos, showcasing her life away from work. She loves travelling abroad with her husband, and has spent time in several overseas locations, including Aruba, Seychelles, and the Serengeti in East Africa. She also posts photos of her dogs and behind the scenes photos while at work in Fox. She has a Twitter account too, with over 11,000 followers, mainly posting a few of the most talked about news items in the country, including the US team winning the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. She also has a Facebook page with over 8,000 followers, though she has not posted anything new on the site since 2018.
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia