Gillian Turner Biography
Gillian Turner is a correspondent for Fox News in the United States who works full-time and is stationed in Washington. In addition to that, he holds the position of vice president of the global strategy firm Jones Group International. Also, she has worked for both the George W. Bush and Barack Obama administrations as a member of the National Security Staff.
Gillian Turner Age
She was born on 6th September in the year 1982, in New York. She is 40 years old.
Gillian Turner Family
In the year 1982, on September 6th, in the city of New York, Turner was born to a mother who was a novelist. She had her primary education in the state of New York, where she also spent her youth with her family. Her race is Caucasian, and she is a citizen of the United States.
Gillian Turner Education
She had her primary education in New York, which is also where she lived with her family at the time. She attended Columbia University in New York, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Comparative Politics after completing her studies there. She attended the University of Cape Town, which is located in South Africa, and received a master’s degree there.
Gillian Turner Measurements
She stands at an approximate height of 5ft 7in.
Gillian Turner Husband
She was engaged to her boyfriend in 2016 but later got married to Alex Kramer. Information about them having kids together is not yet revealed to the public.
Gillian Turner Fox News
Gillian is currently employed with the FOX News Channel as a news correspondent on a full-time basis (FNC). In 2014, she became a contributor for the network, and her home base is in the state of Washington.
In this role, Turner covers the most important news stories of the day throughout all of its programs, including daytime and primetime shows. During the course of her employment at the network, she has made guest appearances on a variety of shows, some of which include FOX News Sunday, America’s Newsroom, Outnumbered, MediaBuzz, Tucker Carlson Tonight, FOX & Friends, and The Five.
Gillian was a journalist for The Hill and worked as a vice president for Jones Group International, a worldwide strategy organization. At Jones Group International, she worked directly with Jim Jones, who had previously held the position of National Security Adviser.
She has previous experience working for the National Security Council of the White House under both the George W. Bush and Barack Obama administrations before she started working for the network. She acted as a liaison between the United States and the White House while she was employed by the Obama administration, where she held the position of acting director for legislative affairs at the National Security Council.
concerns of the House of Representatives towards matters of national security and foreign policy. During the time when George W. Bush was in office, Turner worked as a research assistant in the Office of the National Security Adviser. He was also one of the youngest people to ever be honored with the National Security Council Exceptional Service Award.
Turner has previous experience working for the Albright Group, LLC, the United States House of Representatives, and the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor at the United States Department of State. He has also worked for the Office of the Minority Leader at the United States House of Representatives. Also, she held the position of Sharp Fellow at Columbia University in the city of New York. His master’s degree is from the University of Cape Town in South Africa, and it is in the field of African security studies. In addition to that, she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in comparative politics from Columbia University with a cum laude distinction.
Gillian Turner NSC
Turner started her career as a Staff member for the White House National Security Council in Washington, DC. During her time at the 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 a 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 the Middle East and Africa. After leaving NSC she went to work as a member of the U.S. Department of State in their branch of the Bureau of Democracy for Human Rights and Labor.
Serving her time at the Department of State, She served for the Office of Minority Leader and Albright Group, LLC. During Gillian’s exceptional service in National Security Council, she received NSC Outstanding Awards. In the latest news, Gillian is working for 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 between NSC and Congress concerning matters of National Security and Foreign Policy. Gillian’s main targeted officials were the House of Representatives.
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 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.”
Gillian Turner Net Worth
Her estimated net worth is over $1.5 million which she has gathered from her successful career as s journalist.