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Sandra Smith (reporter)

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Sandra Smith
Born
Sandra Kaye Smith

(1980-09-22) September 22, 1980 (age 38)
EducationIllinois State University
Louisiana State University
OccupationTelevision host, anchor, reporter for Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network

Sandra Kaye Smith [1] (born on September 22, 1980) is a TV news journalist currently serving as co-anchor of America's Newsroom on the Fox News Channel (FNC)[2] in New York City. She is originally from Wheaton, Illinois and ran Track & Field while an undergraduate at Louisiana State University.

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[music] Be prepared when you graduate to work hard. I have this talk a lot because I try to convince some of my nieces and nephews to go. LSU has an absolutely stunningly beautiful campus. The impact you get when you arrive is really something. The beautiful oak trees and the beautiful architecture on campus and -- it had me at "hello". But then you walk into the door of the classrooms and everybody's got a story, whether it's the professors or the students and it's just all around such a unique experience and I found it to be one where I really found myself. I feel it had the right balance of independence but also leadership that saw me get to the right places. If you want your child--and I'm a mother now myself-- and if you want your child to have a unique college experience where you're in a beautiful place, you're in a safe place and it has academics and athletics that thrive. It's got all of that, but it also has a different life experience. People there I think are much different than many other places that I've visited. It's a very fulfilling experience. I close my eyes because it's my happy place. I love to look back and think about Baton Rouge and my time spent there and the people I met and the places I went, the food I tried. It was just such a unique experience that I am forever grateful for. [music] you

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Early life

Sandra Smith is a native of Wheaton, Illinois, a western suburb of Chicago. Smith graduated from Wheaton Warrenville South High School in 1998. She earned three letters in cross country and two letters in track at Wheaton Warrenville South where she was the cross country team captain as a senior. She was an Illinois High School Association state qualifier, earned All-DuPage Valley Conference honors, and was an Academic All-Conference selection.

College

Smith attended Illinois State University in Bloomington-Normal for a time before transferring to Louisiana State University (LSU) in Baton Rouge for the 2002 school year. She ran the 1,500 meters, mile, 3,000 meters and steeplechase at various LSU and LSU Alumni track-and-field events.[3]

Smith graduated from LSU, having taken some business classes and minored in speech. Smith's father was a floor trader at Chicago's Mercantile Exchange and many of Sandra's relatives worked in Chicago's financial district.[4]

Career

Sandra Smith began her business career as a research associate at Aegis Capital Group. There, she assisted in the research and analysis of retail stocks, prepared weekly stock newsletters to clients, and identified investment opportunities. Her next employment was as a trader at Hermitage Capital Corporation in New York City where she executed U.S. equities and options orders, conducted portfolio analysis, and prepared commission reports. From there, Smith moved on to be the Director of Institutional Sales and Trading at Terra Nova Institutional in Chicago, where she handled investment management and hedge fund accounts. She also assisted in the development of program trading models for existing and prospective clients.

She broke into television as an on-air reporter for Bloomberg Television. In this role, she covered U.S. equities and derivatives markets, contributed to breaking news and analysis, and reported for Bloomberg Press.

She joined FOX Business Network as a reporter in October 2007, with the launch of the network, and can be seen on many FBN shows. Beginning in early October 2009, she was a regular on Don Imus' show, Imus in the Morning. She was a frequent guest on Fox Business Happy Hour and has appeared as a guest on the Fox News Channel late-night satire program Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld.[5] She also appears on Hannity every Wednesday.

In April 2014, Smith began co-hosting Outnumbered on the Fox News Channel featuring four Fox News female commentators and one rotating male guest discussing current news and cultural topics.

References

  1. ^ Outnumbered, May 14, 2014: http://video.foxnews.com/v/3566331772001/outnumbered-panel-discuss-their-monikers/
  2. ^ "DETAILS: Fox News Channel to Launch New Daytime Lineup". Fox News Insider. 2017-09-26. Retrieved 2017-09-27.
  3. ^ Track & Field. LSUSports.net. Retrieved 18 Nov. 2009
  4. ^ Sharos, David. "Now a media star, Wheaton native Sandra Smith has always had a head for numbers." The Naperville Sun, 6 Mar. 2009.
  5. ^ Fox Business News Biography. FOXBusiness. Archived 2009-03-27 at the Wayback Machine Retrieved 21 Nov. 2009

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