Suzanne Scott Bio, Age, Wiki, Family, Height, Husband, Married, Salary, Fox News, Net Worth

Suzanne Scott is an American entrepreneur who is the CEO of Fox News, the first female CEO in the network’s history.

Suzanne Scott Biography

Suzanne Scott is an American entrepreneur who is the CEO of Fox News, the first female CEO in the network’s history.

Suzanne Scott Age | How Old is Suzanne Scott?

Her exact birth date, month and year are not available at the moment but she was born between 1965/1966. She might be 56 or 57 years old.

Suzanne Scott Height

Scott stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches tall.

Suzanne Scott Family | Suzanne Scott Husband

Mrs. Scott was born to her loving parents Edward Gunderson (father) who worked in a trucking company out of the family home, and her mother Marie Gunderson who worked as a real estate agent. She was raised along side two siblings, a brother named Stephan Gunderson and a sister named Jeanne Gunderson.

Suzanne Scott Husband

Suzanne is a married woman, she is married to her loving husband Preston Scott and together they have a daughter Margaux Scott. The family lives together in New York, United States of America.

Suzanne Scott Salary

She earns an estimated yearly income of about $600,000.

Suzanne Scott
Suzanne Scott

Suzanne Scott Net Worth

Mrs. Scott has an estimated net worth of about $50 million to $100 million.

Suzanne Scott

Mrs. Scott previously worked as an executive assistant to Chet Collier at CNBC before moving with Collier to Fox News at its inception in 1996. She began her work there as a programming assistant.

According to a Fox press release, “Throughout Scott’s Fox tenure, she has risen through the ranks in a number of programming, production and creative positions including: executive vice president of programming (2016); senior vice president of programming and development (2009); vice president of programming (2007); network executive producer (2005); as well as associate producer, producer and senior producer of On the Record with Greta Van Susteren (2002-2005).

In addition, Scott was responsible for the launch of numerous on-air and digital initiatives, including the 2002 primetime debut of On the Record.”

After former CEO Roger Ailes resigned in 2016, Suzanne Scott, Jack Abernathy and Jay Wallace are credited with “turning Fox News around” after the Ailes scandal. In that time, Scott worked as the president of programming, overseeing Fox’s opinion shows including “Hannity” and “Fox & Friends.”

On May 17, 2018, Suzanne Scott was named CEO of both Fox News and Fox Business Network. During this announcement, Lachlan Murdoch said Scott “has now made history as [Fox’s] first female CEO.” Scott is also the only woman in charge of a major TV news organization.

This decision has been met with some media backlash due to Scott’s alleged complicity in several sexual harassment suits within the company.

She was not a defendant in the suits, but was cited within them, and was involved in several internal complaints. She denies the accusations.

Suzanne Scott Fear Factor

In 2003 Suzanne was once a fear factor contestant in Season 3 Episode 16.

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