|Education||B.A. The American University|
Kosik was raised in Miami, Florida, the daughter of Brenda (née Seinfeld) and Gilbert Kosik. She attended Nova High School and graduated with a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism and Political Science from The American University in Washington, DC.
She began her career in Corpus Christi, Texas working as a reporter for KZTV-TV and KRIS-TV and then moved to West Palm Beach, Florida where she worked as a reporter and fill-in anchor for WPEC-TV/WFLX-TV. She then moved to Washington D.C. where she worked first as a business correspondent for EnergyNewsLive.com covering the energy sector; then as a reporter and anchor for the Sinclair Broadcast Group; and then as a reporter for Hearst-Argyle Television. She then moved to New York City where she accepted a position as an investigative reporter at WCBS-TV. She presently works as a business correspondent for CNN covering the New York Stock Exchange.
In addition, Kosik received a Scripps Howard New Media Fellowship from Columbia University in 2001. She also received a 1999 Florida AP Award for Best Spot News and was a 1993 Fellow from the International Radio and Television Society.
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