Gillian Turner Biography
Gillian Turner was born is an American a full time Fox News correspondent based in Washington. She is also a vice president at Jones Group International, a Global Strategy Firm. She has also served as the National Security Staffer during the era of George W.Bush and Barack Obama.
Gillian Turner Age| Gillian Turner Birthday| How Old Is Gillian Turner
She was born on 6th September in year 1982 ,in Cape Town, South Africa. She is 46 years as of year 2018.
Gillian Turner Measurements
She stands two inches above the average, height of 5 feet 5 inches at 5 feet 7 inches. She has a slim build and an hourglass body shape.
Gillian Turner family
Turner was born in New York to an author mother. She spent her childhood along with her family in, New York and got her primary education there. She is white, and her nationality is an American.
Gillian Turner Education
She attended primary school in New York where she lived with her family.
She enrolled in Columbia University in New York and graduated with a BA in Comparative Politics. She earned a master’s degree from the University of Cape Town in South Africa.
Gillian Turner Fox News
Currently Gillian serves as a full-time news correspondent on FOX News Channel (FNC). She joined the network as a contributor in 2014 and is based out of Washington.
In this position, Turner covers the top news stories of the day across both daytime and primetime programming. Throughout her tenure with the network, she has appeared on a variety of programs, including FOX News Sunday, America’s Newsroom, Outnumbered, MediaBuzz, Tucker Carlson Tonight, FOX & Friends and The Five.
Previously, Gillian served as a columnist for The Hill and was vice president with Jones Group International, a global strategy firm, where she worked directly with former National Security Adviser Jim Jones.
Prior to joining the network, she also worked at the White House National Security Council during the presidential administrations of George W. Bush and Barack Obama. Under the Obama administration, she served as the acting director for legislative affairs at the National Security Council and liaised between the White House and the U.S. House of Representatives on foreign policy and national security issues. During the Bush administration, Turner served as a research assistant in the Office of the National Security Adviser and was one of the youngest recipients to receive the National Security Council Outstanding Service Award.
Turner has worked at the U.S. Department of State in the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor; the U.S. House of Representatives in the Office of the Minority Leader; and the Albright Group, LLC. She was also a Sharp Fellow at Columbia University in New York City.
Turner holds a Master’s degree in African security studies from the University of Cape Town, South Africa. In addition, she graduated cum laude from Columbia University with a B.A. in comparative politics.
Gillian Turner Husband| Gillian Turner Married
Turner and her boyfriend engaged in 2016 but they do not have any plan of getting married soon. She is currently spending some quality time with her fiance. She shared in an interview that her fiance can be her perfect husband. Gillian’s fans are still waiting for the her to reveal something about her future husband.
Gillian Turner NSC
Turner started her career as the Staff member for the White House National Security Council in Washington, DC.
During her time at White House Security Council, She served for two administrative administrations of both George Bush and Obama. During that time, Gillian Turner was the Acting Director of Legislative in NSC. She played that role for the last two years of her time there.
During her time of Bush’s administration Turner served as the member of NSC.
After her time at National Security Council for four years, She worked directly as the vice president for the Jones Group International. She was directly serving the former National Security Advisor, Jim Jones. Her work was focused on National Security threats in areas of Middle East and Africa.
After leaving NSC she went to work as the member of U.S. Department of State in their branch of Bureau of Democracy for Human Rights and Labor.
Serving her time at Department of State, She served for the Office of Minority Leader and Albright Group, LLC.
During Gillian exceptional service in National Security Council, she received NSC Outstanding Awards. In latest news Gillian is working for the Fox News as their Vice President along with being a contributor to the channel itself.
In further news Gillian is also in association with Jones Group International as their Senior Associate.
Before leaving NSC in 2010, she acted as a liaison in between NSC and Congress concerning the matters of National Security and Foreign Policy. Gillian main targeted officials were House of Representatives.
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Gillian Turner Net Worth
She as an estimated net worth of $1.5 million dollars and it has also been reported that she has over $300 thousand dollars of annual salary. She has earned all this from working with Fox News Channel and Jones International Group, but also from endorsements deals.
Gillian Turner Political Affiliation
Her political affiliations in the White House began during the tenure of Bush and continued for 2 years in Obama’s reign.
Gillian Turner On Impeachment Polling
Gillian Fox News contributor expressed her dissatisfaction with disinformation about impeachment polling by giving a conservative guest an epic eye roll on October 13, 2019.
During the Sunday MediaBuzz program on Fox News, host Howard Kurtz noted that Donald Trump had lashed out at a Fox News poll finding 51% support his impeachment and removal.
“Fox News Channel’s polling unit is one of the strongest in the country,” Gillian explained. “So the idea that the Fox News polling unit has somehow become corrupted by Democratic politics is insanity.”
“It’s not wrong to be skeptical of polling,” Mollie Hemingway of The Federalist interrupted. “I just want to point out that Fox News said that Joe Donnelly was would win his Senate race by seven points — he lost by six points.”
As Hemingway spoke, Gillian responded by rolling her eyes.
“Polls are often wrong but that doesn’t mean that you attack pollsters,” she said.
“They are also used to push certain story ideas,” Hemingway continued. “And that’s a problem too.”