Suzanne Scott Biography
Suzanne Scott is currently serving as the CEO of Fox News since May 2018. She became the second CEO after succeeding the founder & former CEO Roger Ailes who left the network in 2016 after he was involved in a scandal of sexual harassment by a number of female Fox employees.
Suzanne, Jack Abernathy, and Jay Wallace are credited with “turning Fox News around” after the network’s name was tarnished due to the scandal. Suzanne joined the network in 1996 as a programming assistant.
Suzanne Scott Age
Suzanne Scott was born in Parsippany, New Jersey, in the United States. She is around 55 years old, although, her exact year and date of birth are unavailable.
Suzanne Scott Height
Suzanne’s height is 5 feet 8 inches (approx. 1.72 m).
Suzanne Scott Family
Suzanne was born and raised under the loving care of her supportive parents in Parsippany, New Jersey, United States. Her father owned and operated a trucking company while her mother was a real estate agent.
Suzanne Scott Husband
She is now married to her good-looking and loving husband whose identity remains an enigma to the public. The lovely couple has been married for several years and is proud to be sharing a gorgeous daughter born in 2006.
Suzanne Scott Education
After receiving her High School Diploma from a local high school in New Jersey, Suzanne later furthered her studies at American University in Washington D.C.
Suzanne Scott Salary
She receives an ample salary of $6 million annually. This is according to FOX News CEO’s salaries.
Suzanne Scott’s Net Worth
Suzanne has amassed a desirable amount of wealth over the years and has an average net worth of $30 million.
Suzanne Scott Career
At this present moment, Suzanne works as the CEO of Fox News. She became the second CEO after succeeding the founder & former CEO Roger Ailes who left the network in 2016 after he was involved in a scandal of sexual harassment by a number of female Fox employees. Suzanne joined the network in 1996 as a programming assistant.
Since joining Fox News, her hard work has elevated her to various ranks such as vice president of programming (2007-2009), senior vice president of programming and development (2009-2016), and executive vice president of programming (2016-2018).
From 2002 to 2005, she worked as the senior producer and associate producer of On the Record alongside Greta Van Susteren. Previously, she served as an executive assistant to Chet Collier at CNBC. Suzanne became the first female CEO of Fox network and the only female CEO of a major Television network prior to MSNBC announcing Rashida Jones as the head of the network.