Brian Brenberg Biography
Brian Brenberg works as a contributor for Fox News and at The Kings College in New York as a business professor. Before he worked at Charles G. Koch Charitable Foundation for one year as a Grants Manager and also worked in the financial services and medical device industries.
Brian Brenberg Age
Brian Brenberg was born in Wyoming, Minnesota in the United States in 1980. He is 41 years old.
Brian Brenberg Height
Brian stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 in/1.7 m tall.
Brian Brenberg Education
Brian completed his high school course at Forest Lake Area High School in Forest Lake, Minnesota. Then he earned a bachelor’s degree in Finance from the University of St. Thomas in Saint Paul, Minnesota, in 2002. Then he went to Harvard Business School and received an MBA with distinction, and from the Harvard Kennedy School, he received an MPA. He worked for the Harvard Business School Christian Fellowship as a co-president.
Brian Brenberg Family
Brian’s parents are Mary and Robert Brenberg. However, he hasnt released details on whether he has siblings or not, research on this is being investigated, and as soon as information is available will update it.
Brian Brenberg Wife
Brian is a married man to Krista Hipkins Brenberge. They exchanged vows in the summer of 2000 while they were both college sophomores. They have three children named Timmy, born in 2013, Anna, born in 2010, and Maria, who was born in 2009. They live in New York City.
Brian Brenberg Salary
Brian annually earns a salary of $89,615. This is according to Fox News Contributors salaries.
Brian Brenberg Net Worth
Brian’s estimated net worth is $ 1 million.
Brian Brenberg Career
Brian Brenberg works as a contributor for Fox News, he began working here in March 2020 and at The Kings College in New York as a business professor. Before he worked at Charles G. Koch Charitable Foundation for one year as a Grants Manager and also worked in the financial services and medical device industries. He also has appeared on CNN and CNBC as a guest, apart from that his writings have been printed out in The Hill, Forbes.com, the New York Post, and USA Today.
He began working as Assistant Professor of Business and Economics in August 2009 for The King’s College in New York City, then in August 2015 he became an Associate Professor, then an Executive Vice President and after two years he began working as the Chair of the Program in Business and Finance.