Mary Stevens is a digital video producer for CNBC where she shoots, edits and produces original content across CNBC platforms, including series such as "Speakeasy with John Harwood" and "Live and Learn."
In 2015, Stevens won the Alliance for Women in Media's Gracie Award for Outstanding Online Producer.
Prior to CNBC, Stevens held internships at The Denver Post and CNN. She graduated with highest honors from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a B.A. in Photojournalism.
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