The Top 20 Favorites Fox News Female Anchors

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The Top 20 Favorites Fox News Female Anchors

Fox News is the only network that has been able to hold its own against liberal news outlets like CNN and MSNBC. Since its inception, Fox News has been a favorite among conservatives and people who value free speech. The network has become a staple in American culture, with many viewers tuning in every day to get their latest news on politics, entertainment and much more.

Top 20 Favorites Fox News Female Anchors

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Of course, it’s impossible to talk about Fox without mentioning their famous anchors. These talented individuals have made a name for themselves by providing insightful commentary on all things political throughout the decades so much so that they’re now household names.

Top Fox News Anchors Female

Here are some of our favorite female anchors who are currently working at Fox News:

Ainsley Earhardt

Ainsley Earhardt is a Fox News anchor and reporter. She is currently a co-host of Fox & Friends and hosts America’s Newsroom.

Earhardt was born in South Carolina, but she grew up in nearby North Augusta with her parents Charles Earhardt (a former U.S. Marine) and mother Diane, who worked as an actress on Broadway and lent her voice to radio commercials.

In 2002, she graduated from the University of South Carolina with a bachelor’s degree in journalism. While at USC, she served as an intern for CNN’s Headlines News Network where she covered the Columbia riots after student Daniel Scott Risen died in his dorm room from alcohol poisoning after being found unconscious by his roommate.

Shannon Bream

Shannon Bream is a Fox News Channel anchor who serves as the host of Fox News @ Night since November 2018. She is a former reporter for the Washington Times and a former anchor for Fox News Channel.

Bream is a lawyer and former prosecutor. She graduated from Duke University with honors in 1994, before earning her law degree from Harvard Law School in 1999.

Arthel Neville

Arthel Neville is an American television news anchor and correspondent. She is currently a co-host of Fox News Channel’s America’s Newsroom with Bill Hemmer.

Before joining Fox News, Neville was the evening anchor for WWSB in Sarasota, Florida from 2004 until 2011. While at WWSB her coverage of Hurricane Charley led to her being honored by the Associated Press as Best Local TV Reporter of 2005.

Kristin Fisher

Kristin Fisher is an American television news correspondent. She has been a reporter for Fox News Channel since May 15, 2013. She was previously a reporter and fill-in anchor on WNYW in New York City, where she worked from 2008 until 2013.

Cheryl Casone

Cheryl Casone is a meteorologist and news anchor, best known for her work on Fox & Friends. She is a graduate of the University of Florida, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism.

After completing her undergraduate studies, Cheryl went on to earn an M.S. in atmospheric science from Colorado State University–Fort Collins (CSU-FC). As part of that program, she studied tropical cyclones and weather forecasting techniques at CSU’s Tropical Research Institute (TRI), which also has an outpost in Panama.

Cheryl currently serves as Vice President of Operations for The Weather Company’s National Sales Organization (NSO) and the North American Commercial Solutions Group (NCSG). She lives with her husband and two children in New York City.

Janice Dean

Janice Dean is a meteorologist for Fox News. She is a graduate of Penn State University. She is a member of the National Weather Association. She is a member of the American Meteorological Society.

Lauren Simonetti

Lauren Simonetti is a journalist for Fox News and Fox Business Network. She has anchored a variety of shows, including “America’s Newsroom” and “Happening Now”. She also hosts her own show on FNC, “Real News with Lauren Simonetti”.

She was previously the host of Fox Business Network’s “Lou Dobbs Tonight” before taking over as host of “Outnumbered Overtime” in January 2019. Prior to joining FOX Business in 2013, she worked at HLN as an anchor/host and correspondent until 2014.

Maria Bartiromo

Maria Bartiromo is an American business journalist and anchorwoman. She is the anchor of Mornings with Maria Bartiromo on the Fox Business Network.

Sandra Smith

Sandra Smith is the co-host of Fox News’ America’s Newsroom with Bill Hemmer. She is a former host of Fox & Friends Weekend. She is a former contributor to The O’Reilly Factor and Fox & Friends.

Amy Kellogg

Amy Kellogg is a Fox News anchor who has been with the network since 2006. She previously worked at ABC News as a correspondent, and before that she was an anchor for WSBT-TV in South Bend, Indiana.

She was born in Los Angeles, California and graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a degree in English Literature. She met her husband Brian Kilmeade when they were both working at WSBT-TV; they have been married since 2000.

Martha MacCallum

Martha MacCallum is a Fox News anchor and host of The Story with Martha MacCallum. She joined the network in 2004 as an anchor and has been with Fox News ever since. She is known for her work on America’s Newsroom alongside Bill Hemmer, whom she co-anchors the show with. In 2011, she was named “America’s most beautiful newsreader” by Esquire magazine.

As of 2020, Martha is expected to return as a co-host on America’s Newsroom after maternity leave ends later this year; however, this time she will be sharing duties with Sandra Smith instead of Bill Hemmer who announced he would be leaving his post earlier this year due to health reasons (he underwent surgery following diagnosis).

Megyn Kelly

Megyn Kelly is a former Fox News anchor. She was born in 1970 and raised by her parents in Syracuse, New York. During her high school years, she was a cheerleader and played basketball as well. After graduating from Syracuse University with a degree in Political Science, Megyn went on to Harvard Law School where she received her Juris Doctorate degree in 1996.

Megyn then worked as an attorney for Jones Day before leaving to pursue journalism full time by taking positions at Channel One News and WJLA-TV Washington D.C., respectively. In 2004, Megyn moved back to New York City where she began working for NBC Universal Television Group before joining Fox News in 2005 as co-anchor of “America’s Newsroom.”

Heather Nauert

Heather Nauert was born in Mount Vernon, New York on April 26, 1970 and currently serves as the U.S. State Department spokeswoman. She joined Fox News in 2005 where she worked for seven years before moving to ABC News as a correspondent in 2012. In 2017, President Trump announced that he would nominate Heather to be the United States Ambassador to the United Nations.

Catherine Herridge

Catherine Herridge is a Fox News National Security Correspondent, who joined the network in 1998. She began her career at The Washington Times as a reporter and later became their Pentagon correspondent.

Herridge has spent time in Iraq, Afghanistan and Iran and has been recognized for her coverage of the US-led invasion of Afghanistan in 2001. She was awarded an Emmy Award for Outstanding Investigative Journalism for her reporting on weapons of mass destruction in 2006.

Herridge also received three awards from the Overseas Press Club for her work covering the Iraq war between 2003–2005 including one award for breaking news coverage of the 2004 Al-Qaida bombing campaign against Western targets in Saudi Arabia; one award for investigating al-Qaeda’s financing operations; another award for exposing how insurgents are getting their hands on American manufactured weapons despite efforts by coalition forces to control them

Anna Kooiman

Want to know what the future of news looks like? Look no further than Anna Kooiman. This Fox News anchor is not only a co-host on several shows including Fox & Friends Weekend and The Real Story with Gretchen Carlson but she also co-hosts one of its most popular segments: “Moment of Clarity.”

In addition to her journalism career, Anna Kooiman has made an effort to bring attention to important women’s issues through social media. She regularly posts about empowering messages, including empowering quotes from other powerful women like Michelle Obama and Oprah Winfrey.

Anna Kooiman has been nominated for several Emmy awards over the course of her career and has won two: one for outstanding feature report for her coverage of Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and another for outstanding investigative reporting in 2006 when she covered how children were being abused at homes for autistic kids across Texas.

Jenna Lee

Jenna Lee is a Fox News anchor and the co-anchor of America’s News Headquarters.

Lee, who was born in New York, graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in broadcast journalism. She began her career as a traffic reporter in Los Angeles before moving to Atlanta to report on sports and weather for CNN Headline News.

In 2016, Lee joined Fox News as an anchor and correspondent. She is currently the co-host of America’s News Headquarters alongside Jon Scott until April 2019 when she became solo host of the afternoon news program at 4:00 p.m ET Monday through Friday (on weekends she would fill in as substitute host).

Harris Faulkner

Harris Faulkner is a journalist, television anchor and host of On the Record with Harris Faulkner. She is a native of Mississippi and graduated from University of Mississippi with a degree in Social Studies Education.

As one of the top female Fox News anchors to watch in 2022, Faulkner has been working at Fox News since 2004. She was previously an anchor for MSNBC before joining FOX News as a contributor on Bill O’Reilly’s show The O’Reilly Factor until 2005 when she became an anchor for Outnumbered.

In 2008, she became part time host on Fox Report Weekend Edition before becoming full time as co-anchor on America Live alongside Megyn Kelly until 2013 when Kelly left to become the host of The Kelly File.

Julie Banderas

Julie Banderas, a news anchor and host, is the co-anchor of America’s Newsroom with Bill Hemmer. She has been a Fox News reporter since 2010.

She is an alumna of the University of California, Berkeley who graduated with a bachelor’s degree in communications.

Molly Henneberg

Molly Henneberg is a Fox News anchor, journalist, and political commentator. She’s known for her work on Fox & Friends Weekend as well as serving as a co-host of the show.

Molly Henneberg is a graduate of the University of Virginia where she earned her bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism in 2000. After graduating from college, she worked at CNN before moving to Fox News where she started out shooting short segments for Shepard Smith Reporting and then earned herself an on-air job with The Live Desk after that. She has also provided commentary for programs like Hannity and Tucker Carlson Tonight with her conservative views on politics.

Liz Claman

Liz Claman is a former anchor for Fox Business Network who has held other positions at CNBC and Fox News. Currently, she’s the host of ‘Countdown to the Closing Bell’ on CNBC, which airs weekdays from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m ET (or 8 p.m – 10 p.m in India).

She began her career as an associate producer at NBC News where she later became a full-time correspondent for NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw and Today before moving into producerships with ABC World News Tonight with Peter Jennings in 1994; this was followed by stints at CBS Evening News With Dan Rather (1995–96) and CNN American Morning (1997).

These female anchors are the best in their business

These female anchors are the best in their business. They’re at the top of their game, and that’s because they work hard to be there. They’re all amazing at what they do, and I’m sure you’ll agree with me that these women are some of television’s most talented people.


If you are looking for a businesswoman to lead your company or want someone to anchor your news show, this list of female anchors will give you all the information you need. These women have been praised as some of the best in their field, and we hope that by reading about what makes them so successful it will inspire others who are looking to break into television news reporting careers!