Who is Cathy Areu?
An American journalist, Cathy Areu was born on 15th February 1971, in Summit, New Jersey. Since her career inception, she has been attracting the public with her professional works, and is best known as a Magazine maven, a woman of vision, and most powerful woman. On top of being a journalist, Cathy earned her reputation as a frequent news analyst on cable television, and with her involvement in the Washington Post Magazine and Catalina Magazine. In her 18-year-long career in journalism, Cathy has appeared in various news talk shows on prime networks including CNN, HLN, Fox News, MSNBC, etc. to cover political and feminist issues.
Is Cathy Areu really married?
Cathy Areu prefers to keep her personal life hidden from the eyes of the media. Reportedly, she is married to her long-term boyfriend whose identity is still kept secret from the people. Back on 25th April 2017, Cathy appeared with her husband in the Paul and Dee Dee Sorvino Celebration of the new book titled Pinot, Pasta, & Parties at 200 East 57th Street. More to her marriage details, the couple is blessed with two daughters.
Cathy Areu Early Life, Family, Education
Belongs to the Hispanic ethnicity, Cathy Areu is a daughter of Cuban immigrants. Her parents moved to the United States before her birth. She holds American citizenship and, grew up with her Cuban parents who were an electronic engineer and a mathematician. Cathy shared her childhood with two brothers whose identities remain a secret. Cathy completed her graduation from Florida State University with a BA degree in English literature; she also worked there as a staff writer for the Florida Flambeau. She then spent some time teaching high-school English, ESL, and journalism for Palm Beach County Schools, before furthering her education with MS degree in English Education from Nova Southeastern University, while working as a Spanish and adult education teacher for DeKalb County Schools.
Cathy Areu Personal Life
Cathy is a journalist who is always very open about her professional life, but a bit tight-lipped when it comes to her marital relationship. Many sources have reported that Cathy tied the knot with her long-term boyfriend almost two decades ago, and the couple welcomed two daughters in 2007 and 2009. Cathy is apparently planning a future for her daughters as she wishes to pass her political beliefs to them, including following Democratic principles. Until today, Cathy with her supposed husband enjoys married life, however, the mystery of her husband’s identity remains intact. Conceivably, we will be getting to know more about Cathy Areu’s married life soon.
How much is Cathy Areu’s Salary and Net worth?
With over eighteen years of experience in journalism, there would be no surprise that Cathy enjoys a substantial salary and overall wealth. She is a noted journalist who started her career in 2000 as a column interviewer in The Washington Post Magazine. Cathy Areu has interviewed several prominent public figures, which include First Lady Laura Bush, Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and Senator Al Franken for the US Politics. Moreover, she founded a media company entitled Catalina Magazine, and authored Latino Wisdom in 2006. The freelance journalist’s net worth is estimated by authoritative sources to be over $500,000 as of late 2018. Her specific salary is believed to be over $65,000- possibly understated – but additionally includes commission and a cash bonus, Cathy’s eighteen years of experience in journalism has immensely helped in raising her net worth. Presently, Cathy is living a relatively luxurious lifestyle with her family.
Beginning of her career
Cathy’s contribution in the journalism world started before her graduation, when she published a piece on women’s rights for an anthropology/sociology journal. However, she began her professional career as a column interviewer for The Washington Post Magazine in 2000, and during the decade she worked for the publication, she wrote the occasional column named First Person Singular which often involved short interviews with authoritative personalities, including Alberto Gonzales, Secretary of State James Baker, Laura Bush, Al Franken and Nancy Pelosi.
— Cathy Areu (*blue checkmark) (@AreuCathy) March 9, 2018
Cathy as a Publisher and an Author
In 2001, Cathy founded a multi-platform media company named Catalina Magazine, and acted as a founding publisher. The purpose behind its creation was to break the stereotypes of Hispanics in the entertainment and media industries of the US, presenting a positive image of Hispanic men and women. Its distribution reached about 30,000 in the first year and was promoted online state events. It is an official magazine of the National Association of Latina leaders, and was called Lead Launch. Cathy received a Business Leadership Award, provided by the National Association of Young Latino Entrepreneurs in 2004. As an American-Cuban author, Cathy wrote her first book called Latino Wisdom in 2006. Published by Barricade Books, it was a set of stories by some of the best-known Hispanic figures in the country. She also contributed to other publications, including USA Today and Latina Style.
In her career as a media personality, Cathy has featured on television in various political talk shows, including as an anchor on American news shows including CNN’s “Campbell Brown” and “AC360”, a TV show hosted by Anderson Cooper. Cathy has also been seen as a part of Fox News’ “The O’Reilly Factor”, hosted by political commentator Bill O’Reilly, which covered current events including contentious political matters. She has also been featured in the radio talk show “The Sean Hannity Show”, hosted by Sean Hannity, and on “Tucker Carlson Tonight”. Cathy has been a part of other projects as well, including HLN’s news program “Prime News” and “Showbiz Tonight”, hosted by A.J. Hammer before 2014. Among several other journalists, Cathy emerged in top political shows like MSNBC’s “The Daily Rundown” and RussiaToday’s “CrossTalk”.
Through her many contributions over the years, Cathy has been featured several times across multiple news platforms presenting her political reviews, and support for feminist affairs and the Hillary Clinton campaign. During the presidential election, she appeared across many news channels for feminist issues and political analysis. Cathy Areu lately debated with Tomi Lahren over Illegal immigrant arguments.
Social media presence
Like many other journalists, Cathy Areu is an active member across different famous social media websites which includes Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. She uses these platforms to share her views on the ongoing political situation of the country as well as to feature and promote her appearances on the television shows. Cathy also shares her photographs taken with other prominent journalists and some behind-the-scenes images. She runs her official Instagram account with 9,988 followers and, has 27.8 thousand followers on her official Twitter account.
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