At every step along the way, I evaluated what was going to get me to the next level, and I went for it.Harris Faulkner
Harris Faulkner, Emmy award-winning journalist, author and Host of Outnumbered on the Fox News Network, shared the story behind her title with us on Sunday, November 15th, 2020.
Harris is a multiple Emmy award-winning anchor who currently anchors two daily daytime programs – Outnumbered Overtime with Harris Faulkner (weekdays, 1-2PM/ET) and serves as the co-anchor of Outnumbered (weekdays, 12-1PM/ET). Faulkner joined FOX News Channel (FNC) in 2005.
In addition to being number one in cable news, Faulkner’s Outnumbered Overtime routinely surpasses its broadcast competition, according to Nielsen Media Research.
During her tenure at the network, Faulkner has hosted numerous town hall specials focusing on a variety of current events. Most recently, Faulkner anchored multiple virtual town halls highlighting overlooked issues amid the coronavirus pandemic including America Copes Together, which focused on the psychological effects that the COVID-19 crisis has had on individuals and America Learns Together, which spotlighted the challenges of guiding students through a digital education in the coronavirus era. In March 2020, Faulkner, alongside Bill Hemmer, co-moderated a two-hour virtual town hall with President Donald Trump and members of the White House coronavirus task force on the latest news surrounding the pandemic, as well as the administration’s plans to combat the crisis.
Harris Faulkner, a self-prescribed military brat, grew up learning about two important lessons in life: From her father, the importance of living with integrity, and from her mother, the importance of giving and receiving love. Our conversation covered journalism, politics, service, self-awareness and the importance of understanding that things always get better. My take-away? The art of listening is one of the greatest gifts of all.