She formerly co-hosted the Worldwide Exchange program airing from 4-6am ET (along with Christine Tan in Asia and Ross Westgate in Europe). Caruso-Cabrera announced her departure from the show on October 19, 2007. Consumer News and Business Channel.com credited Caruso-Cabrera as a General Assignment Reporter.
As part of Consumer News and Business Channel"s extensive market coverage, Caruso-Cabrera started appearing regularly on Power Lunch in an analyst capacity.
She had previously co-anchored that same program with Bill Griffeth from 2002 to 2003. Caruso-Cabrera was replaced as an anchor by Sue Herera.
Michelle Caruso-Cabrera"s father is of Italian descent, and her mother is a Cuban exile. Caruso-Cabrera graduated from Wellesley College in 1991 with a degree in economics.
Prior to joining Consumer News and Business Channel in 1998, she worked as a reporter for WTSP-television in Saint St. Petersburg, Florida.
In 2015 she became engaged. In 2010, she wrote a book titled You Know I"m Right: More Prosperity, Less Government.