Drew Beachley Hubbard is a celebrity child who is best known as the daughter of the host of The 11th Hour and a Senior Business Analyst for NBC News Stephanie Ruhle and Andy Hubbard. Keep reading to learn more interesting facts about Drew Beachley Hubbard such as her age, birthday, Wikipedia, Stephanie Ruhle, net worth, husband, Andy Hubbard, salary, children, and much more.
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Drew Beachley Hubbard Wikipedia
As aforementioned, Drew Beachley Hubbard is the daughter of Stephanie Ruhle and Andy Hubbard. She has two siblings: Reese Hubbard and Harrison Hubbard.
Her grandparents are Frank Ruhle and Louise Ruhle.
Drew Beachley Hubbard Age, Birthday
She was born sometime in 2013, in the United States of America. As of the date of writing the article, Drew Beachley Hubbard is assumed to be 9 years old.
She will celebrate her 10th birthday in 2023. She is American by nationality and has a white ethnic background.
She was born Stephanie Leigh Ruhle on December 24, 1975, in Park Ridge, New Jersey, U.S. As of the date of writing the article, Stephanie Ruhle is 47 years old.
Her father’s name is Frank Ruhle and her mother is Louise Ruhle. She attended Lehigh University where she graduated in 1997 with a bachelor’s degree in international business.
She also studied in Italy, Guatemala, and Kenya.
She worked in hedge fund sales for six years after joining the global investment bank and financial services firm Credit Suisse in 1997.
While Stephanie worked at Credit Suisse First Boston, she served as a vice president and became the highest-producing credit derivatives salesperson in the United States.
She soon became a credit salesperson covering hedge funds after joining the German multinational investment bank and financial services company Deutsche Bank in 2003.
In order to assist women to move into leadership roles at the company, the mother of Drew Beachley Hubbard founded the Global Market Women’s Network.
Her eight-year career at Deutsche Bank soon ended as a managing director in Global Markets Senior Relationship Management.
In October 2011, she joined the American-based pay television network Bloomberg Television. There, she and her co-anchor Erik Schatzker hosted the two-hour early morning program called Inside Track.
Ruhle and Schatzker soon joined a two-hour late-morning program called Market Makers in 2012. Prior to her departure from the network, she co-hosted Bloomberg GO with David Westin.
Stephanie Ruhle has profiled a number of personalities such as hedge fund managers David Tepper and Stanley Druckenmiller, Donald Trump, NBA player Kobe Bryant, Sean Parker, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Martha Stewart, Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein, chairman and CEO of JP Morgan Jamie Dimon, Russell Simmons, former Vice President Al Gore, Jordan Spieth, Kanye West, Sean Combs, CEO and chair of Macy’s Terry Lundgren, Dwyane Wade, and Masters winner Jordan Spieth.
She, Bradley Keoun, and Mary Childs happened to be the first reporters to break the story of the London Whale, the trader behind the 2012 JPMorgan Chase trading loss in April 2012.
In response to Paul Tudor Jones’ comments on women in trading, she wrote a provocative piece for the Huffington Post that sparked responses from both the media and financial industries, in June 2013.
She also met with American retail businesswoman, writer, and television personality Martha Stewart to discuss blogging, social media, and the creation of the “lifestyle” category, in October of that same year.
The interview resulted in an ongoing feud between Stewart and Gwyneth Paltrow.
She soon produced and hosted a documentary that explores Haiti’s emerging market five years after the country was hit by a devastating earthquake titled Haiti: Open For Business? 2015.
In the same year, she appeared in Shark Land: A Mission Blue and Fusion Expedition. This brought attention to the plight of sharks in a national park off the shore of Costa Rica called Cocos Island.
In 2015, she sat down with then-presidential candidate Donald Trump. The interview resulted in Trump facing backlash in the media after noting to Ruhle that “the World Trade Center came down during [former President George W. Bush’s] reign.
The mother of Drew Beachley Hubbard has been profiled by Glass Hammer, 201 Magazine, Business Insider, and IWantHerJob.
After co-hosting with Ali Velshi on Velshi & Ruhle, a business program, she soon became the host of an hour of MSNBC Reports. She also founded the Corporate Investment Bank (CIB) Women’s Network and co-chaired the Women on Wall Street (WOWS) steering committee.
She was named the new permanent anchor of The 11th Hour on January 27, 2022.
Stephanie Ruhle Net Worth, Salary
According to sources, Stephanie Ruhle has an estimated net worth of around $5 million and a monthly salary of $121, 867. She earned this from her professional career working as a journalist and news anchor.
She is assumed to have other business investments and sponsorship deals.
Stephanie Ruhle Bell’s Palsy
Sometime back, Stephanie Ruhle was presumed to be sick as a result of Bell’s palsy, which is a neurological disorder that causes paralysis or weakness on one side of the face.
Stephanie Ruhle Children, Drew Beachley Hubbard
Stephanie Ruhle and her husband Andy Hubbard have three children: Reese Hubbard, Drew Beachley Hubbard, and Harrison Hubbard.
Andy Hubbard Wikipedia
Andy Hubbard is a businessman known for his work as a part of UBS O’Connor in New York, as well as being the husband of Stephanie Ruhle and the father of Drew Beachley Hubbard.
Andy Hubbard Net Worth
According to sources, Andy Hubbard has an estimated net worth of around $2 million.