Who is Maggie Rulli?
Maggie Rulli is an American journalist who works as an anchor, reporter, and a multi-format ABC News Foreign correspondent based in the London bureau. Her first assignment was to cover the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s trip to Africa. She has previously worked as a news reporter at Channel One News.
Maggie Rulli Age, Birthday
Rulli is 35 years old as of 2022. She was born on January 7, 1987, in Georgia, the United States. She celebrates her birthday on January 7th every year.
Maggie Rulli Height and Weight
Rulli stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches and has a total weight of 64 kg.
Maggie Rulli Education
Rulli graduated summa cum laude from Boston College where she was honored with Lawton Award as the school’s most outstanding communications major.
Maggie Rulli Family
Rulli was born and raised in the United States by her parents. However, she has not shared any information regarding her parents or childhood. This section however is under review and will be updated soon.
There is no information about her childhood or siblings. This section shall be updated soon.
Maggie Rulli Husband, Children
Rulli is married to her lovely husband, Blake Morgan. In their marriage, Rulli and her husband are blessed with two children.
Maggie Rulli Salary ABC News
Rulli earns an annual salary of $75 k.
Maggie Rulli Net Worth
Rulli has an estimated net worth of $100 k as a journalist.
- Age: 35 years
- Birthday: January 7
- Nationality: American
- Residence: USA
- Husband: Blake Morgan
- Occupation: Journalist, news anchor, and reporter
- Salary: $50k – $75 k
- Net Worth: $100 k – $500k
Maggie Rulli ABC News
Rulli joined ABC News’ Washington bureau in 2016 before relocating to New York. She reported from the Supreme Court, Congress, and the White House, as well as the 2016 presidential debates and President Trump’s inauguration in D.C. She covered the aftermath of Hurricane Michael, the Parkland tragedy, and the California wildfires.
Rulli has also covered the environmental effect of tourism on the Galapagos Islands, the world’s largest telescope array in Chile’s Atacama Desert, and the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
In September 2019, she was promoted to correspondent and is now based in London. Her first assignment was to cover the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s trip to Africa.
Maggie Rulli Channel One News
Rulli started her career as an anchor, reporter, and executive producer at Boston College Television. She also worked as an intern in the talent department at NBC and as a production intern at the WCVB-ABC television station. She joined Channel One News in April 2012 and worked as a reporter and anchor until May 2016 when she left for ABC News.
During her time in Paris, she covered the aftermath of the Paris terrorist attacks, the Iran nuclear deal negotiations, and Cuba’s re-established diplomatic ties with the US. She has also interviewed First Lady Michelle Obama, investigated adolescent homelessness in America, and reported on the state of nuclear weapons in the US.