Fox News contributor, Gillian Turner is currently working with Jones Group International, where she is a Senior Associate. She is also a former National Security Council staffer for both Presidents Bush and ex-president Barack Obama. Turner is the vice president of Jones Group International, a global strategy firm.
Turner was born on 6th September 1982 in New York. Her nationality is American and her ethnicity is not known. Turner’s father’s profession is not known and the mother is an author.
Turner spent most of her childhood in New York along with her family and got her primary education there itself. She used to do ballerina as a professional.
The 36 years, Gillian Turner is not married yet, but there was a rumored she got engaged to her long-time boyfriend. Later, that news was confirmed by her on her Twitter account.
Being a host herself, Turner shared,
“You really have to be tough at a young age and absorb a lot of criticism.”
Moreover, there is no information regarding her personal life. She might be had an affair with several guys, but the fact has not disclosed yet the media.
As a Fox News contributor, Turner earns massive amounts of money from her career. As of 2018, she has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million dollars.
As per some online sources, Turner has over $300 thousand dollars of annual salary. She also worked for Bush and Obama administration and also served for other some multinational companies. And recently she operates in the top-ranked television.
Besides her television appearing, Turner also earned from other works as well as an advertisement It is reported that she made over $80 thousand in last year from ads and endorsements.
In 2001, Gillian Turner went to the Columbia University in New York City and graduated in 2005. She then earned a degree of BA in Political Science and Government from Columbia University.
Gillian completed her master’s degree from the University Of Cape Town, South Africa from 2010 to 2012. She then did her master’s in Social Science, African governance, security studies, and politics.