Maria Sara Bartiromo is an American financial journalist, TV personality, news anchor, and author who was born on September 11, 1967. She is the host of Mornings with Maria and Maria Bartiromo’s Wall Street on the Fox Business Network. She is also the host of Sunday Morning Futures With Maria Bartiromo on the Fox News Channel.
Bartiromo has won an Excellence in Broadcast Journalism Award, a Lincoln Statue Award from the Union League of Philadelphia, a Gracie Award for Outstanding Documentary, and two Emmy Awards, one for Outstanding Coverage of a Breaking News Story and the other for Outstanding Business and Economic Reporting.
Talking about her personal life, Maria is a married woman. Maria Bartiromo, a Fox Business anchor, and Jonathan Steinberg have been married for over twenty years. Like his wife, Steinberg works in the financial sector. He is known by the name “Jono.”
In this post, we’ll discuss all the details regarding Maria Bartiromo’s husband and more you need to know about the couple’s relationship.
When Did Maria And Jonathan Get Married?
In June 1999, Maria and Jonathan got married in Quogue, New York, at the home of Jonathan’s father and stepmother. Bartiromo married her husband when she was 31 years old and he was 34.
They met for the first time in 1990, not long after she finished college.
The happy couple owns a beach house in a small town in New York called Westhampton. They have also lived in an Upper East Side townhouse with five storeys. The couple does not have any children.
Last year, the pair completed their 22 years of marriage. Maria took to Instagram and posted a bunch of photos with her hubby, Jonathan to mark their wedding anniversary. She wrote the caption, “So happy to celebrate 22-year wedding anniversary ❤️with my sweetheart Jono this weekend. From #babies to #besties”
Know About Jonathan Steinberg, Maria Bartiromo’s Husband
Jonathan is the son of the late Wall Street executive and billionaire Saul Steinberg. When he was alive, Saul was known as a “corporate raider” because he was so motivated to succeed in business. Before he died in 2012, the billionaire had a big impact on his son’s life and career. When he was 13, the younger Steinberg showed an interest in finances.
Now, Jonathan Steinberg is the CEO and founder of WisdomTree, a business that specializes in exchange-traded funds. According to the Financial Times, Steinberg plans to grow WisdomTree’s assets to more than $100 billion.
Steinberg has talked about how important his father’s impact was on his career and younger self: “I am my father’s son. I was always talking about business with my dad. It gave me a lot of confidence in my business plans.”
Before he started WisdomTree, he was the Chairman and CEO of Individual Investor Group and the editor-in-chief of Individual Investor and Ticker magazines for six years. He used to go to the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.