Trish Regan is an anchor on CNBC's The Call, which airs weekdays 11 a.m.-noon.
An Emmy nominated correspondent, Regan also reports for CNBC's documentary unit. In addition, she provides regular economic reports and analysis for NBC's Nightly News with Brian Williams and Today.
Regan recently reported an in-depth hour on the underground marijuana industry entitled Marijuana Inc.: Inside America’s Pot Industry. Her investigation exposed a multi-billion dollar underground trade that authorities are nearly powerless to stop.
Regan has reported extensively on international economic issues. She traveled to the Tri-Border region of South America for an investigation into terrorist financing.
Regan joined CNBC from CBS News, where she was a correspondent reporting for the CBS Evening News and The Early Show, and contributed to 48 HOURS and Face the Nation.
Previously, Regan was a television correspondent for CBS MarketWatch, contributing to Marketwatch.com and CBS News.
In 2002, her work at CBS MarketWatch earned her the Most Outstanding Young Broadcast Journalist Award from the Northern California Society of Professional Journalists.
Prior to MarketWatch, Regan reported for Bloomberg Television.
Regan began her career working for Goldman, Sachs. She graduated cum laude from Columbia University with a bachelor's degree in U.S. history.
A third generation Irish American, Regan’s paternal great grandparents were Waterford, and her maternal great grandparents were from Cork.
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