Who is Gillian Turner from Fox News? Wiki-Bio: Fiancé, Age, Husband, Net Worth, Parents

Who is Gillian Turner?

Gillian Turner was born on the 6th September 1982, in Cape Town, South Africa, so is currently at the age of 36. She is now an American television personality and journalist, probably best known for serving in the position of the National Security Council Staffer during the era of the George W. Bush and Barack Obama presidencies. She currently works as a Fox News contributor based in Washington D.C. Moreover, Gillian is also known as a Vice President of Jones Group International, a global strategy company.

Early Life

Speaking about her early life, Gillian Turner spent one part of her childhood in Cape Town, and the rest in New York City, USA, where she was raised alongside her siblings by her parents. It is also known that her mother is an author, though other information about her family is unavailable to the media. Prior to deciding to become a journalist, Gillian trained in ballet from the age of eight, and distinguished herself as an outstanding dancer, performing with the Pennsylvania Ballet; however, she made the choice to change her vocation before she entered college.

Her Education

Upon matriculation, Gillian enrolled in Columbia University, from which she graduated cum laude with a Bachelor’s degree in comparative politics, then continued her education at the University of Cape Town, from which she acquired her Master’s degree in African security studies. Thanks to her accomplishments as a student, Gillian was rewarded with an American politics award as well as an award for Academic Excellence from Vidda, and was named a Sharp Fellow at Columbia University.

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Career Beginnings

Her academic qualifications have helped her rise the ladder of success quickly. Right after completing her studies in South Africa, Gillian Turner returned to the US, and started her career by joining the office of the Minority Leader of the US House of Representatives. Afterwards, she spent some time working with the Albright Group, LLC, and at the U.S. Department of State in the Bureau of Democracy for the Human Rights and Labor.

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Career at the White House

In 2006 she was hired to work on the White House National Security Council, serving for four years during the administrations of George W. Bush and Barack Obama, which added a considerable amount to her net worth. Under President Bush’s administration, Gillian served in the position of a Research Assistant in the National Security Council Advisor’s Office, leading her to foreign policy visits traveling all over the world, between 2006 and 2009. Thanks to her professional approach and exceptional contribution, she became the youngest person to win the National Security Council Outstanding Service Award. During the administration of President Obama, she worked as Acting Director of Legislative Affairs, and was in charge of collaboration between the White House and the House of Representatives on various issues including national security and foreign policy, gaining considerable experience in that field. However, she decided to leave the position in 2010.

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Career at the Fox News

When she changed her profession to journalism in 2014 and became a part of the Fox Network, she began as a contributor, covering various stories related to high-profile officials in Washington D.C., increasing enormously her net worth as well as her popularity. Three years later, she was promoted to work in the position of the full-time news correspondent for Fox News, appearing in such programs as “America’s Newsroom”, “Fox & Friends”, “Fox News Sunday” and “The Five”, among many others, giving her proficient opinions on current events.

Gillian as a Businesswoman

To speak further about her career, Gillian is also recognized for serving as the current Vice President and Senior Associate of Jones Group International, a strategy company, working there alongside the former National Security Adviser Jim Jones. She uses all of her previous professional experience and knowledge to help and consult with her clients in the field of national security, foreign policy and international affairs, with a focus on the Middle East and Africa. So, her net worth is certainly still rising.

Gillian Turner Net Worth

Her career has been active for over a decade, primarily as a National Security Council Staffer and Fox News correspondent. So, if you ever wondered how rich Gillian Turner is, it has been estimated by authoritative sources that the total size of her net worth is over $1.5 million, accumulated through her successful career, including as a businesswoman. Her annual salary is now over $300,000.

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Who’s her Fiancé? Is She Married?

Although she is one of the most popular television personalities, Gillian is shy and quite secretive regarding her personal life. She has been in a relationship for some time with a man whose name is unknown, rumored to also be a media personality. The couple became engaged in 2016, but there is no further information as to whether they’ve tied the knot yet. Her current residence is in Washington, D.C.

Appearance and Vital Statistics

Speaking about her appearance, Gillian is considered as one of the most attractive female television personalities, and was named by the media as one of the 50 most beautiful ladies in 2016. She has long wavy light brown hair and dark brown colored eyes. She stands at the height of 5ft 7ins (1.70m), while the weight is reputed to be around 123lbs (56kgs). Her vital statistics are 36-25-35.

Social Media Presence

Regarding her social media presence, Gillian is an active member across many of the most popular social media sites, on which she promotes not only her projects, but also frequently posts various photos from her private life and other contents. She has her official Instagram as well as Twitter accounts, more than 51,000 followers on the latter.

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2 Comments

  1. Gillian,
    U r a beautiful & intelligent reporter on Saturday & Sunday @ Fox. Please stop using “yea” when asked a question from a interviewee. Pleas say yes it only proves ur intelligence.

    LEONARD

    PS. I love ur reporting.

    1. Leonard, interesting that you criticize her speech when you are too lazy to write “you’re”. Buzz off.

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