Swati Mia Saini Biography, Age, Family, Wife, and Net Worth

Swati Mia Saini Biography

Swati Maria Saini (Mia Saini), is an American financial journalist and video host who has also interned for CNBC and worked as a freelance reporter for TheStreet.com.

Swati Mia Saini Age

There is no information about Dan’s age, She was born in Los Angeles.

Swati Mia Saini Family | Young

There is no information about her family and how he was raised up. Swati has not shared any information about her parents and with their occupation, he has also not shared any information him having siblings or elder brothers and sisters.

Swati Mia Saini Husband

There is no information about Swati having been married, she has not shared any information about him having married and has opted to keep silent about his personal life.She has also not shared any information about him having dated before.

Swati Mia Saini Career

She is currently a Hong Kong-based reporter for Bloomberg Television, having joined the network in June 2011, and covers business, economics, and global markets. As of December 2014, she was listed as a former reporter on the Bloomberg terminal system. Previously she was an anchor/reporter for Forbes Video Network, covering markets, business, economic and political news, and a video host for MBA Pod TV on www.MBAPodcaster.com

Swati Mia Saini

Prior to Harvard Business School, she worked on the trading floor at Goldman Sachs and as a freelance TV reporter for Jim Cramer’s website, TheStreet.com. She is an alumna of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and has an MBA from Harvard Business School (HBS). Mia writes her own column “Money with Mia” for HBS’s newspaper Harbus and has interviewed numerous CEOS and money managers including President of BlackRock, President of Lloyds, and Former Merrill Lynch CEO, John Thain.

She also anchors HBS TV Market Minute with Mia Saini, now called H-Biz Tonight which features short daily reports from the financial markets. Mia has won numerous awards including being chosen as a Truman Scholar recipient, and as Glamour Magazine’s Top 10 College Woman, winning the 1st place prize for community service. She is originally from Tracy, California.

Swati Mia Saini Net Worth

Swati estimated net worth is under review, there is no information about his net worth or salary but she is said to have been earning a huge salary from his work.

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Mia Saini Goes from Business Reporting to Starting a Business

After spending an undergraduate summer interning for Goldman Sachs on the trading floor, Mia Saini had an epiphany—she wanted to be an on-air reporter covering business. She recognized the need for news anchors who had camera presence, a background in business and economics from actually working on Wall Street, and technical training, which she acquired at MIT as she earned degrees in brain and cognitive science and comparative media studies.

Saini spent the next two years on Wall Street building business skills and then enrolled in Harvard Business School in 2008. “I was on the floor as Bear Stearns was collapsing and the world was falling apart,” she says. “And the reporters on TV were trying to explain things with no background in business, which was actually adding to the problem.”

While at Harvard, Saini helped start HBS TV to get on-air experience and then landed a job at Forbes TV in New York City. To take the job, she had to leave school right away, but she completed her degree a year later while still working at Forbes.

In 2011, Saini took a job at Bloomberg TV as a foreign correspondent in Hong Kong, where she lived for three years before being transferred to Bloomberg’s global headquarters in New York City. She has interviewed hundreds of Fortune 500 CEOs, executives, politicians, and diplomats and was on air to cover such major news events as the disappearance of flight MH370 and the death of Apple CEO Steve Jobs.

After years of interviewing business innovators, Saini got the entrepreneurial bug. In January 2015 she resigned from Bloomberg to develop her own company, which will be called Oars + Alps, a skin-care line for athletic men. “I knew I always wanted to build a business from the ground up,” she says, “and if I was going to do it, this was the right time.”

Saini says the venture is an exciting mix of her past experiences. As both an engineer and a journalist, she is used to asking questions and solving problems. She is using those skills as she develops her brand and products and works to source the right products with the right chemical compounds.

Saini and her husband, Alexander, have two kids and now live in Chicago, where her new company is based. “The only downside of startup life is I don’t get my hair and makeup done every morning like I did for the past five years,” she jokes. But she is perfectly happy handling that herself—and wearing jeans to work—if it means she gets to build her brand.

This actually originally appeared in the November/December issue of MIT Technology Review magazine.