About The Author
Jedediah Bila is a TV host and analyst at Fox News and Fox Business. Her book, Outnumbered, was published in May of 2011. Her columns have been published at PolicyMic, Human Events, Verily, The Daily Caller, Newsmax, FoxNews.com, Breitbart News, The Blaze, Townhall, and in AMAC’s newsletter and print magazine. Topics include culture, education, politics, relationships, media, fitness, and more. She is a featured speaker for the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute and Young America’s Foundation. On Fox News and Fox Business, you can catch Jedediah regularly hosting Outnumbered and guest-hosting The Five, Red Eye, and Kennedy. She is also a regular Contributor to FNC and FBN on a wide range of political, cultural, and lifestyle topics. She has guest-hosted talk radio as well. Jedediah joined the Fox News team in January 2013. Prior to that, she had also appeared regularly on MSNBC, CNBC, The Blaze, and a diversity of radio shows. Jedediah graduated Valedictorian of Wagner College and earned a Master of Arts from Columbia University. She went on to hold leadership positions in the fields of Education and Marketing. She is a former high-school academic dean and academic adviser and has taught at the middle school, high school, and college levels. She completed an advanced adult workshop in the Saturday program at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City, and has worked with students ages three to adult in such fields as creative and academic writing, Spanish, public speaking, monologue coaching, and more. Jedediah is a native New Yorker who currently resides in Manhattan with America’s cutest Maltese, Emma. She loves animals, fitness, and organic foods. Oh, and Spider-Man is her boyfriend. For more information on Jedediah, please visit http://jedediahbila.com/.
For more information about Jedediah, please visit http://jedediahbila.com.
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