Ellen Egeth: CNBC Assistant Managing Editor

Ellen Egeth
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Ellen Egeth

Ellen is an award-winning television producer and the Assistant Managing Editor of CNBC. She manages the daily news flow on the CNBC Newsdesk, assigning reporters, editing scripts and deploying network assets to cover breaking news. Ellen is also the founding manager of the CNBC News Associate Program, and has been working for the last five years recruiting and training News Associates at CNBC.

Ellen joined CNBC in 1995 as Producer of Inside Opinion with Ron Insana. Since then, she has held many positions including Chief Booker, Senior News Editor & Senior Producer of Street Signs with Erin Burnett. Before joining CNBC, Ellen was a producer at Adam Smith's Money World on PBS and worked on several PBS documentaries. Prior to being attracted to the bright lights of television, Ellen had a brief career as a management consultant. Ellen graduated magna cum laude from Harvard with a degree in Economics.

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