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Rahel Solomon | Biography

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  • Full Name Rahel Solomon
  • Occupation Journalist
  • Nationality Sudanese-American
  • Birthplace Sudan
  • Birth Date Oct 04, 1988
  • Age 34 Years, 1 Months
News Correspondent of CNBC

Rahel Solomon | Biography

Former News Anchor Of CBS Network

After more than three years at CBS3, Solomon moved on to CNBC, a business news network. While at CBS, Kennedy, veteran general manager, revealed that Dunn, CBS Television Stations President, made a racist remark about Rahel, saying, "I hate her face." Rahel, on the other hand, said nothing about it.


Rahel Solomon is a CNBC Business News correspondent and general assignment reporter.

Who is Rahel Solomon?

Rahel Solomon is a reporter who worked as a morning reporter and fill-in anchor for CBS 4 in Denver prior to joining CBS 3 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as a morning news anchor. She left CBS 3 in December 2016 after working there for more than three years. Solomon then started working as a general assignment reporter for CNBC Business News in March 2019 and has been working there since. 

Moreover, she previously worked for CBS-owned KCNC-TV in Denver as a reporter and fill-in anchor. She was appointed as Broadcast Journalist of the Year by the Colorado Association of Black Journalists in 2015. Before that, Solomon worked as a multimedia journalist for WSAZ-TV in Charleston, West Virginia. In addition to that, Solomon mentioned that Renee Chenault Fattah, former NBC10 anchor, and reporter, is her source of motivation for choosing a career in journalism. 

Early Life and Age

Rahel Solomon was born on 4 October 1988 in Sudan. Her parents were Ethiopian, and they moved to West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at the age of three. Her ethnicity is African-American.

In addition to that, Solomon earned a Bachelor of Science in Finance with honors from St. John's University. She also holds a master's degree from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.

CBS

Solomon began working for CBS3 as a general assignment reporter from September 2015 to December 2016. She was promoted to Morning News Anchor, starting from January 2017 to February 2019. Additionally, she shared a photo on her Facebook account thanking her CBS3 colleagues and announced that she would be leaving CBS3 on 27 February 2019.

After more than three years at CBS3, Solomon moved on to CNBC, a business news network. While at CBS, Kennedy, veteran general manager, revealed that Dunn, CBS Television Stations President, made a racist remark about Rahel, saying, "I hate her face." Rahel, on the other hand, said nothing about it.

Rahel Soloman anchoring Eyewitness News at CBS
Rahel Solomon anchoring Eyewitness News at CBS (Photo: Instagram)

Salary

Solomon's exact salary is not known. However, the wages for a CBS anchor/reporter ranges from $151,000 to $184,000. 

St. John University Fundraising Dinner Emcee

In addition to television anchoring, Solomon served as the Master of Ceremonies for St. John University Fundraising Dinner Emcee. Moreover, she also represented for the 22nd Annual Dinner in 2019, which raised over $3.4 million for student scholarships.

Personal Life 

Solomon has frequently shared photos from her travels on social media of herself traveling. Moreover, she also competed in the Philadelphia Marathon, held in 2017. However, she is not married, and there are very few insights into her dating life in the media.

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