Bianna Golodryga is the co-anchor of "Good Morning America's" weekend edition, as well as ABC News' Business Correspondent. She contributes to all ABC News... Read More »
Bianna Golodryga is the co-anchor of "Good Morning America's" weekend edition, as well as ABC News' Business Correspondent. She contributes to all ABC News broadcasts and platforms in her role as Business Correspondent, including "Good Morning America," "ABC World News with Diane Sawyer" and "Nightline." Golodryga joined ABC News in July 2007, covering the economy and business beat. She was named co-anchor of "GMA Weekend" in April of 2010. Since then, the program has become the most watched Saturday morning news program in the timeslot.
Golodryga has reported extensively on the automobile, housing and credit crises, and the financial crisis. She has also reported on the World Economic Forum from Davos, Switzerland and Warren Buffett's annual shareholders' meeting in Omaha, Nebraska. Additionally, she was responsible for the network's digital media and social networking coverage during the 2008 Presidential election.
Golodryga began her career in television news in 2001 as a bureau producer from the New York Stock Exchange for the cable news channel, CNBC. In that role she produced live coverage following the 9/11 terrorist attacks and conducted countless interviews with top business leaders. In 2004 she became a segment producer for "The Wall Street Journal Report with Maria Bartiromo," the nation's most watched financial news program, producing interviews with the world's top corporate and political leaders. At CNBC Golodryga covered various high profile events for the network, including the World Economic Forum in Switzerland. In addition to her production duties at CNBC, she also began contributing as an on-air correspondent for the financial channel in 2006. At CNBC she was responsible for all of the network's financial reports for NBC Network affiliates around the country, and also served as a reporter and substitute anchor.
Prior to her career in television, Golodryga worked in the financial services sector.
Golodryga graduated from the University of Texas at Austin, where she received a bachelor's degree in Russian/East European and Eurasian Studies and a minor in economics. She is fluent in Russian. Golodryga is married to Peter Orszag, Vice-Chairman at Citigroup and former OMB and CBO director.
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