Trish Regan is joining business news cable network CNBC as a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor for its Business Day programming.
“Trish’s experience and talent make her a great addition to CNBC” said Jonathan Wald, senior vice president of business news. “She combines savvy and expert business reporting with solid network news experience.”
Prior to joining CNBC, Regan was a CBS News correspondent covering U.S. and Latin American policies reporting for CBS Evening News and The Early Show as well as contributing to 48 Hours and Face the Nation. In this role, Regan covered prominent stories including terrorist fundraising in the tri-border region of South America, the leftist political momentum building within Hugo Chavez’s Venezuela as well as extensive reporting on US policy issues like health care, the nation’s pension crisis and social security.
Previously, Regan had been a television correspondent for CBS MarketWatch primarily covering economic policy. She also held correspondent positions at KPIX-TV, the CBS-owned station in San Francisco and at Bloomberg Television. Regan began her career working for investment banks Goldman Sachs and D.E. Shaw.
Regan graduated cum laude from Columbia University with a bachelor’s degree in U.S. history.