Born and raised in Melbourne, Emma Alberici is an Australian journalist, TV host and the Chief Economic Correspondent at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC). In addition, she is also the reporter and producer of the weekly program A Current Affair, Lateline on Australia’s Nine Network.
Emma was born on February 3, 1970, in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. She was born to father Franco Alberici and mother Anna Alberici. Both of her parents are Italian immigrants who arrived in 1955. As for her siblings, the information is currently unavailable.
She belongs to Australian nationality and Caucasian by ethnicity. Her birth sign is Aquarius.
As for her academic qualifications, Alberici received a degree in journalism and economics from Deakin University. She is also the degree holder in Italian from the University of Melbourne.
The Australian journalist married Jason McCauley, a sound recordist on the TV show 60 Minutes in 2003. They were dating before the marriage with a long-time relationship and later shared the moments of their lives to each other until they divorced in 2017.
The husband and wife are the parents of three children. She loves to go on an outing and often seen with her children in different places enjoying the filial love. She lives with the family in Sydney, Australia.
In June 2019, Emma almost lost her finger due to the accident in the kitchen. She had to undergo hand surgery to save the finger. According to her, the accident happened when she tried to clean the stick blender.
With the professional career of over two decades, the Australian journalist worked in several channel, and newspapers. So, she must have accumulated a huge amount of wealth in a long professional career. However, the net worth of Emma is still under review.
According to a few online sources, the wage of the co-host of the ABC television show Alberici is $186,000. With a huge salary, it is enough for her to live a luxurious and happy life along with the children.
Furthermore, she also owns a Coogee apartment worth around $1.53 million in 2015.
Emma started her journalism career as a cadet in the Australian newspaper Herald Sun. Following then, she became a reporter for the Nine Network program, The Small Business Show.
With the increasing skill and proficiency in investigative reports, she was nominated twice for Walkley Awards.
Since 2012, Alberici appeared as the host after replacing Ali Moore in the ABC’s flagship current affairs show Lateline. She co-hosts the show alongside Tony Jones. Later, the Australian journalist became the chief economics correspondent of the channel ABC in 2017.
Moreover, she is the author of The Penguin Small Business Book. The book first was published in 1999 and later released several editions.
Emma Alberici is an Australian journalist and author, best known as the co-host the ABC TV show Lateline.
Emma Alberici is 49 years old as of 2019.
Emma Alberici is 5 feet 7 inches or 1.70 meters tall.
Emma Alberici is from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.