|Born Name||Julie Roginsky|
|Birth Place||Moscow, Russia|
|Height||5 feet 8 inches|
|Net Worth||$23 million|
|Parents||Abram Roginsky, Tanya Roginsky|
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The definition of love is something that remains a mystery for everyone. But love doesn’t necessarily mean love between a man and a woman only. The most powerful love in this world is the love of a mother for her child.
A mother can face any obstacle for her child and cross any limit. Julie Roginsky is also a mother with love for her child. We will discuss her married relationships along with her net worth, wiki-bio, and career.
Julie Roginsky’s Relationships
Julie Roginsky keeps her personal life on the low and no information about her private life is in the open. Because of this, there are no records of her relationships and it’s hard to determine if she is single or married.
Considering her past, she was in a relationship with some anonymous man but the identity of the said man remains a mystery too. She also had tweeted about Steve Kornacki, but she didn’t clarify what her relationship was with him.
Talking about her another Tweet in relation to her love life, she tweeted about spending every evening yelling at each other with her co-host Dennis Kneale. This gave a vibe that they were romantically involved but nothing is officially confirmed.
It would be wrong to assume that she had no past lovers as she got pregnant in 2012 and gave birth to a baby boy on 27th May 2012. She named him Zachary Peter Roginsky but details about who his father remains a secret.
Since there is no any news about her divorce and separation, its assumed that she secretly separated from someone after the birth of her child. There are also counter speculations that she is secretly married and is with someone. Regardless of the rumors, Julie Roginsky is living a content life with her son, Peter in NY, USA.
What is Julie Roginsky’s Net Worth?
The young and talented journalist Julie Roginsky’s net worth is $23 million. She gets a massive salary from her profession, so its reported that her net worth very high. Her well-furnished house in New York, USA, values over $100 thousand.
She also has expensive cars, which she bought last year which are also quite expensive. Julie also has costly jewelers and ornaments, which she wore in the program.
Some sources claim that she has a valuable and well-decorated house in Australia and Italy. So it seems that she has a high valuation of property and assets.
Julie Roginsky’s Wiki-bio; Age, Early Life, Education, and Career
Julie Roginsky came into this world in Moscow, Russia on April 25, 1973. She is an American by nationality and is of Jewish ethnicity. Her father is Abram Roginsky and her mother is Tanya Roginsky.
Julie was primarily raised by her grandparents until she and her parents were allowed to leave the Soviet Union in 1980. Her family moved to the United States in 1990.
Later she was raised in New York City by her parents. Other than these, there is no further information about her childhood.
As a child, Julie Roginsky attended Princeton Day School and after, attended the Boston University and graduated with a BA and MA degree. She began her political career when the American political action committee, Emily’s List hired her on the congressional campaign of Dale McCormick.
After that, she worked for the U.S. Representative of New Jersey, Frank Pallone. Julie also became the first woman to manage the New Jersey Democratic Coordinated Campaign in 1999. Later in 2001, she became the Washington DC-based Communications Director for Jon Corzine.
In 2003, she founded a political consulting and public relations firm of her own, Comprehensive Communications Group. She also has been serving on the Board of Directors for the Women’s Campaign School at Yale University since 2005.
YouTube: Julie Roginsky talks about how we can improve child welfare system
Talking about her career in television, she made her debut as a Democratic strategist on Fox News Channel from 2004. She was also the host of American daytime news and talk show, Outnumbered.
In 2009, CNBC hired her as an on-air contributor, where she also wrote columns for CNBC.com. Likewise, Julie Roginsky also worked as a contributor for CNN and MSNBC.