Natalie Brunell is a Polish-American journalist, educator, and podcaster who specializes in investigative reporting. Coin Stories and Career Stories are the two podcasts she hosts. It features the success stories of some of the most prominent economics experts. As of 2022, Brunell has an estimated net worth of $300,000.
Natalie was born in the Polish city of Lodz on November 4, 1986. When she was five years old, her family decided to move to the United States and live in Chicago, Illinois.
She took dancing and acting classes as a child. Natalie double-majored in Broadcast Journalism and Italian Studies at Pepperdine University in college. She was among the first students to finish with a bachelor’s degree in Italian Studies at Pepperdine.
She was employed at Creative Artists Agency after college and then went to Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. Brunell went to Florence, Italy, to make use of her degree and start a career.
She worked at SeeTen, a bilingual media firm that generated travel, arts, and culture segments for Italian television. She spent four semesters in Italy. She worked at CAA as a receptionist and then as a floating assistant.
Brunell was given the 2012 “Master’s News Fellowship” for CNN’s Los Angeles bureau after obtaining her master’s degree. She continues to work for CNN as a freelance associate producer.
At this time, she was also a freelancer for Reuters TV’s multimedia production. She was only working in the background until she moved to Palm Springs, California.
Natalie began her on-camera career at KESQ-TV, where she rose through the ranks of an investigative reporter and fill-in anchor. Her work there earned her an Emmy nomination for “Best Investigative Series” and an Emmy victory for “Best Spot News Coverage.”
She then relocated to Sacramento, where she joined the top-rated NBC station KCRA-TV. There, Natalie handled breaking news, business reporting, and features.
In 2018, Natalie worked as a national reporter for ABC NewsOne in Los Angeles. She covered breaking news and national stories across the United States. She joined Spectrum News in 2019. She was nominated for a LA Press Club Award and an Emmy for her work there.
In February 2018, Natalie began the Career Stories podcast, which features one-on-one discussions with prominent media figures on their career journeys and success tips.
She interviewed social media influencers, news personalities, and other professionals. Career Stories was rated one of the Top 50 Podcasts in Apple’s career genre in just a few months of its inception.
Brunell launched the Coin Stories podcast in 2021. It has a similar format to her first podcast, but it focuses more on bitcoin related topics. She discusses monetary policy, finance, and the stories behind digital currencies. Her YouTube channel currently has 18,000 subscribers.
As far as the public knows, Natalie Brunell is not in a relationship. There’s also no information about her dating life in the past. The same goes for details about her family. She’s done a good job of keeping her personal life private.