Jennifer Schlesinger is a producer for CNBC special programming. In this role, she produces and writes stories for the network's Business Day and Primetime programming, as well as CNBC.com focusing on investigative, cybersecurity and feature stories.
Schlesinger produced "Collision Course," an investigative series on the trucking industry, and has contributed to CNBC Digital documentaries including "Death & Dishonor: Crisis at the VA" and "The da Vinci Debate." She previously was a field producer for"The Suze Orman Show." Schlesinger joined CNBC in March 2012 as a production assistant.
Schlesinger graduated summa cum laude from Cornell University with a bachelor's degree in Communication and Business.
Follow Jennifer Schlesinger on Twitter @jennyanne211
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