Ramy Inocencio Biography and Wiki
Ramy Inocencio is an Asian Correspondent serving at CBS News based in Beijing. He contributes to all broadcasts and platforms on and joined the News team in April 2019. Ramy has a reporting experience across Europe, the United States, and Asia for more than two decades covering various International news stories with live coverage.
He also has original reporting on major geopolitical events, emerging technology trends around the world, and natural disasters. Prior to serving at CBS News, Ramy served at Bloomberg-TV based in Asia. While here, he was a New York-based Anchor and Correspondent.
Ramy covered the first face-to-face summit between President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping from Mar-a-Lago. Additionally, he reported on the 2016 Bastille Day terror attack from Paris and traveled across the United States for his technology innovation series, Wiring the World in 2015.
Ramy Inocencio Age | Born
He was born in the United States. However, Ramy manages to keep a low profile towards his age and when he was born despite being a public figure. Moreover, we shall keep you posted as soon as possible once the information pops up.
Ramy Inocencio Height
He is a man of average stature. Ramy stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in ( Approx 1.7m).
Ramy Inocencio Parents | Nationality | Filipino
He was born to his father and mother in the United States. Ramy’s parents are immigrants, his father emanates from the Philippines, and his mother is from Singapore. Ramy holds an American nationality by birth but belongs to mixed ethnicity.
Ramy Inocencio Wife | Married
He is gay in nature. Ramy is engaged to a Taiwanese classical pianist and Queens college professor based in New York, Hsin-I Huang. The couple tied the knot in August 2019, in Taipei. As a couple, they share a South Korean rescue dog, Cooper.
Ramy Inocencio Children
He does not have any children at the moment. Ramy has not shared any views regarding this topic.
Ramy Inocencio Education
He went to a local high school. Later, Ramy graduated from his studies at the College of William and Mary based in Virginia.
Ramy Inocencio CBS
He currently serves as the Asian Correspondent for CBS News based in Beijing. Ramy made his first debut in April 2019 and contributes to all platforms and broadcasts. Additionally, he has a reporting experience of two decades across Europe, America, and Asia.
Ramy began his career in China as a U.S. Peace Division participant in 2000 teaching environmental science to college students in rural Sichuan province. Later, he served at the World Wildlife Fund in Beijing as a TV host for CCTV International and as a national drive-time DJ for China Radio International.
Being a champion of newsroom diversity, volunteerism, and internationalism Ramy has served as a global co-lead of Bloomberg’s Pan-Asian Community ( BPAC) and as a national senior vice president for the Asian American Journalists Association ( AAJA). He is a former president of the New York alumna chapter of the East-West Center ( EWC), a Hawaii-based think tank that fosters better understanding and relations between Asia, the Pacific, and the U.S.
Some of Ramy’s other colleagues at CBS include:
Katy Tur – Correspondent
Hoda Kotb – Co-anchor
Al Roker – Weather Anchor
Frank Figliuzzi – National Security Contributor
Natalie Morales – Anchor
Ramy Inocencio Bloomberg
Prior to serving at CBS News based in Beijing, he served at Bloomberg LP located in New York from February 2015 to April 2019. While here, Ramy reported on the 2016 Bastille Day terror attack from Paris, the first face-to-face summit between Chinese President Xi Jinping and President Donald Trump from Mar-a-Lago.
He also traveled across the United States for his technology innovation series, Wiring the World, in 2015. Additionally, Ramy also anchored for Bloomberg Radio and launched two daily podcasts on United States-Asia Pacific financial and economic ties.
Prior to serving at Bloomberg, he was the host of the WSJ’s weekly technology show, Digits in Hong Kong, and the Wall Street Journal’s Deputy Asia-Pacific Editor for video streaming operations.
Additionally, Ramy also edited, shot, and filed stories on the ground from across Asia, including Hong Kong’s pro-democracy Umbrella Revolution in 2014, coverage from Manila for Pope Francis’ first visit to the Philippines in 2015, and devastation in the Philippines following Typhoon Haiyan in 2013.
He was previously the CNN’s, NASDAQ reporter in New York City and CNN International’s Asia business correspondent based in Hong Kong. Ramy has interviewed preeminent politicians and executives including Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, J. Crew CEO Mickey Drexler, Hong Kong Chief Secretary Anson Chan, Cathay Pacific CEO John Slosar, and United States Federal Reserve President James Bullard of St. Louis.
Ramy Inocencio Salary
He generates his monthly income as a CBS News correspondent based in Beijing. Ramy has an average salary of $75,845.
Ramy Inocencio Net Worth
Online resources estimate Ramy’s net worth to be $856,734.