Seema Mody is an American reporter and anchor for CNBC. After working as a reporter and anchor at CNBC-TV18 in Mumbai, India for a long time, she joined CNBC in July 2011.
Seema Mody is a native of Oregon, the United States of America. She was born to parents of Indian descent in 1987. Seema belongs to the South-Asian ethnicity and holds an American nationality. Mody grew up alongside her two siblings. Mody completed high school in Oregon and later graduated from the University of Washington, where she studied biology.
Seema's professional career began as a reporter and anchor at CNBC-TV18 in Mumbai, India. She ran two programs during her time; After the Bell and Power Breakfast. Apart from that, Seema also prepared news reports for various programs, including Closing Bell, Street Sign, and The Kudlow Report, mainly focusing on the pharmaceutical and biotechnology field.
Later, Seema shifted to the London-based CNBC Europe, where she co-anchored programs like Worldwide Exchange. She then left CNBC Europe and joined CNBC US.
CNBC’s very first South Asian on-air news personality, Seema Mody is reportedly in a relationship with her long-term boyfriend, Jeff Macke. They first met in their college and started dating soon. It seems that the duo has a very strong bond between them. There were also rumors of the couple getting married in a secret wedding ceremony.
Mody is active on social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. She has a height of 5 feet 7 inches. Her body measurements are 36-25-36 inches.
Lastly, accounting for her financial status, Seema receives a good salary from her profession. Although her salary details are not known, some sources claim that anchor salaries at CNBC can go as high as $685,555. Given her expertise in the business sector, we would not be surprised if she were to earn more than that figure.
As of 2018, Seema Mody's net worth is around $1.5 million.