Suzanne Malveaux Parents: Myrna Maria Ruiz, Floyd J. Malveaux, the mother and father of the American television news journalist.
Suzanne Maria Malveaux is an American television news journalist who was born on December 4, 1966, Lansing, Michigan, United States.
Malveaux was a student at Harvard University, earning a degree in sociology. She then attended Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
She has enjoyed a lengthy experience in the field of broadcast journalism.
Highlights include co-anchoring CNN’s Around the World and editions of the CNN newsroom.
She joined CNN in 2002 and is based in Washington, D.C.
She also worked as a White House correspondent and as an essential replacement to Wolf Blitzer on The Situation Room.
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Suzanne Malveaux Parents: Myrna Maria Ruiz, Floyd J. Malveaux
Malveaux was born in Lansing, Michigan, into the New Orleans-based family with parents both of Louisiana Creole origin: their origins originate from French, Spanish, and African descent.
Malveaux has said that various people in her family consider themselves white, biracial, and/or black, and she considers herself as black.
Malveaux’s father, Floyd Joseph Malveaux, was a doctor who became the dean of Howard University’s College of Medicine at Howard University.
He was also the director of the executive office of the Merck Childhood Asthma Network and a founder of Howard University’s National Human Genome Center.
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Her mother, who was the Former Myrna Maria Ruiz, is a retired school teacher.
In an episode of “Finding Your Roots”, it was revealed to her that her French roots trace back to a 17th-century French-Canadian fur trader from Quebec, that a seven-greats-grandmother on her father’s side (the fur trader’s wife) was a Native American of the Kaskaskia tribe, and that one of her ancestors in Louisiana was a free black man who himself owned slaves.
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