According to our research, she and her husband are proud parents of their two children. She likes to keep her fans guessing.
Maureen during her interview at the Dr. Phill show, Source: CBS
Pretty rude isn't it!...But we cannot blame her because she's the one and only controller of her life and if she isn't willing to reveal her family, then we should respect her feelings as well.
But we do hope that someday in the near future, she'll put on some lights on her mysterious life. As of now, she's living peacefully with her family, at her residence in Chicago.
Maureen Maher Delightful Career
Her career started in the summer of 1991, she used to broadcast for Chicago-based FM, WLUW. She joined the CBS network in 1992.
Maureen reporting during one of the episodes of 48 Hours, Source: CBS
She used to be a correspondent for the CBS network based in Dallas. Her works include reporting during the Afghan War, Oklahoma City Bombing, Kosovo Crisis, and Kenyan 2002 Hotel Bombing.
She is probably the only reporter in the world, who covered big events like these from all around the globe.
Maureen while reporting for Evening show, Source: CBS
Due to her work, she won numerous awards including, Salute to Excellence Award from The National Association of Black Journalists, Edward R. Murrow Award, Alfred I. duPont-Columbia Silver Baton, and Emmy Award.
You can watch one of the segments from her show 48 Hours above. Wow!...Her resume is pretty impressive, to say the least.
She joined "48 Hours" team back in 2003. Since joining the team, she's the leading correspondent for the show. Her current net worth is currently unknown, but she is definitely taking up some good money judging by her career.