Stephanie Ruhle Leigh was born on 24 December 1975. She is an American radio journalist. For anyone who has followed Stephanie’s career closely, it is truly remarkable how she has made a complete transition from financial analysis to journalism. A glance at her moderation of television shows would hardly reveal that she was once immersed in the financial sector.
Stephanie Ruhle Biography
Stephaine was born and raised in New Jersey, in a small town called Park Ridge. She attended college at Lehigh University and graduated with distinction. In 1997 she also earned a bachelor’s degree in International Business. Stephaine toured the world touring three different continents for her majors, traveled to Guatemala to study, also took the tour to Italy, and finally ended up in Kenya, Africa.
Before entering the television business, she earned a degree in International Business Administration, which helped her gain a lot of perspectives. She worked in the financial industry for 14 years and started in hedge fund distribution in 1997. In 2003, she joined Deutsche Bank, where she was also responsible for their hedge funds, and during her eight years with the bank, she created a Global Women’s Network to help women reach senior management positions in the bank.
In October 2011, when she finally came to television, she joined Bloomberg Television. She had a major breakthrough in April of the following year when she and her colleagues Bradley and Keoun were the first to break the London Whale, the story behind JP Morgan’s trading loss. She also sat down with public figure Martha Stewart in 2013 to discuss social media and the creation of the “lifestyle” category.
She also interviewed then-presidential candidate Donald Trump in 2015, who faced public aggression after he told Ruhle that the World Trade Center had been demolished during the reign of former President George Bush.
Stephanie Ruhle is also a columnist for the online version of the well-known Shape magazine – Shape.com. In addition to her work as a columnist for Shape, Ruhle has also appeared on the front pages of numerous magazines, including Working Mother 2012, Fit Pregnancy in May 2013, and also the Glass Hammer and Business Insider, to name just a few. She also founded the CIB – Corporate Investment Bank Women’s Network and co-chaired the steering committee of Women on Wall Street (WOWS).
Stephanie Ruhle is a member of the 100 women in hedge funds and she is also a member of the board of directors specializing in advising React to Film, a thematic documentary film series. She returned to her Alma Ata Lehigh University to give the inaugural address for 2017 as an alumnus of the university. Stephanie is a petite, gorgeous woman who is 1.5 meters 3 inches tall.
Ruhle resigned from Bloomberg to join MSNBC in April 2016. At the time of writing, she is part of the MSNBC Morning Lineup and together with her co-host Ali Velshi, both lead a weekly Saturday business program known as “Velshi& Ruhle”. In addition to the jointly hosted show, Ruhle also has her own personal show on MSNBC, known as MSNBC Live with Stephanie Ruhle, which is a one-hour show of the day’s most important and critical news, broadcasting basic news to start the day within an hour.
The show features interviews, breaking news, analysis, and interviews with politicians and news anchors, as well as in-depth analysis that cuts through and goes beyond most regular news broadcasts.
Stephanie Ruhle’s Family – Husband
Stephanie Ruhle has had a successful career and is happily married. She is married to Andy Hubbard. The couple met when Stephanie was participating in one of their training programs. She has often described her husband as the best in the world. Andy works as a portfolio manager at USB O’Connor, and by all indications, he seems like a pretty nice father and husband.
They are widely considered a power couple and have a strong relationship where there are no rumors of divorce. Stephanie is described as a loving and caring mother and wife, and she has three children with Andy – Reese Hubbard, Harrison Hubbard, and Drew Hubbard.