Mary Katharine Ham Bio, wiki, Age, Career, Height, Weight, Family.
Mary Katherine Ham is a conservative American writer who presently works as an editor at large at Hot Air, a conservative American political site, alongside Allah pundit, Ed Morrissey, Erika Johnson, and Jazz Shaw. She is also a CNN commentator and a contributing editor for Townhall Magazine. On March 1, 2016, she left Fox News and joined CNN.
Mary Katharine Ham’s Childhood and Education
Mary Katharine Ham was born in Montgomery, Alabama, on April 5, 1980, and raised in Durham, North Carolina. She currently resides in the state of Virginia.
Riverside High School was where she completed her high school career, and she graduated in 1998. She then enrolled in the University of Georgia, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism in 2002. Her father, Jon Ham, was a writer and a blogger, and he inspired her to pursue a career in journalism.
The Career of Mary Katharine Ham
Mary Katharine Ham began her career as a reporter for the Richmond County Daily Journal, a publication of Heartland Publications. She was previously a writer for The Washington Examiner and a columnist and managing editor for Townhall.com.
Mary Katharine got a Golden Dot award for Best Vlog of 2006 from the Institute for Politics, Democracy, and the Internet for her video blog series HamNation for Townhall.com. In the 2007 Weblog Awards, her HamNation video “Sopranos DC” was named “Video of the Year.” In June of 2008, the series came to an end.
Mary Katharine was the host of the Morning Majority on WMAL in Washington, D.C. until 2012. She has contributed to publications such as The Daily Caller and The Weekly Standard. She has also worked as a paid contributor for Fox News Channel, appearing on Bill O’Reilly’s show, The O’Reilly Factor, on a regular basis, usually with Juan Williams.
On February 4, 2014, she was a guest co-host on The View and a guest panelist on Fox’s late-night satire show Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld. “Primarily fiscal- and security-conscious conservative,” Ham describes her political leanings.
Mary Katharine is a Senior Writer at The Federalist, where she writes about politics, society, and sports. She is also a CNN contributor and an editor at large for Hot Air and Townhall Magazine.
Mary Katharine Ham’s Salary And Net Worth
Mary Katharine Ham’s current net worth is estimated to be $1 million. Her career has provided her with nice pay.
She worked for Townhall.com as a columnist and managing editor, and she also wrote for the Richmond County Daily Journal. Her Townhall.com video blog series, HamNation, got a Golden Dot award from the Institute for Politics, Democracy, and the Internet for Best Vlog of 2006, and her HamNation video, “Sopranos DC,” was selected “Video of the Year” in the 2007 Weblog Awards. In June of 2008, the series came to an end.
Personal Life of Mary Katharine Ham
Jake Brewer, Mary Katharine’s husband, married her in 2011. He was a White House adviser and a co-founder of the Define American immigration activist group. Ham and Brewer welcomed their first child, a girl, two years later, in 2013. In September of 2015, her spouse was involved in a cycling accident and died as a result of his injuries. During a charity bike race in Maryland, he was hit by a car.
In late 2015, Mary Katharine gave birth to a second child, whom she called Garnet J. Brewer in honor of her husband. Following Brewer’s death, Ham’s supporters raised more than $400,000 for the family. With a toddler in tow, she climbed Kilimanjaro on her honeymoon and aspires to add more summits to her list.
|Date of Birth:
|41 years old
|United States of America
|5 Feet 3 Inch
|Mary Katharine Ham
|Weight in KG
|Jake Brewer (m. 2011)
|Garnet J. Brewer, Georgia Brewer
|University of Georgia
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