Heather Nauert Bio, Age, Wiki, Family, Husband, Salary and Net Worth

Heather Nauert (Heather Ann Nauert) is an American journalist and government official serving as Spokesperson for the United States Department of State

Heather Nauert Biography

Heather Nauert (Heather Ann Nauert) is an American journalist and government official serving as Spokesperson for the United States Department of State since April 24, 2017, appointed by President Donald Trump. She is also the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations nominated by Donald Trump on December 7, 2018.

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Nauert is a former ABC News correspondent as well as a past news presenter on the Fox News program Fox & Friends. She also served as Acting Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs from March to October 2018.

Heather Nauert Education

She attended Keith Country Day School in Rockford, Illinois, Pine Manor College in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, then went to Arizona State University.

After landing an internship hosting a country music video program in Washington, DC, Nauert stayed there to finish school, earning her Bachelor of Arts degree in communications from Mount Vernon College for Women. She received her master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University.

Heather Nauert Age | How Old Is Heather Nauert?

She was born on January 27, 1970 in Rockford, Illinois, United States. She is 48 years old as of 2018.

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Heather Nauert Height | How Tall Is Heather Nauert?

She stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (165 cm) weighing 135 lbs (61 kg).

Heather Nauert Family

Nauert is the daughter of Peter Nauert, who was an executive in the insurance industry. She has 3 brothers: Justin Nauert, Jonathan Nauert and Joseph Nauert.

Heather Nauert Husband | Heather Nauert Scott Norby

She is married to Scott Norby, executive director of private credit and equity for Morgan Stanley, who previously held positions at National Veterinary Associates, UBS, Goldman Sachs, and Cargill. The couple have two sons Gage William Norby and Peter Raymond Norby.

Heather Nauert Fox News

In 1996, Nauert was a reporter for the syndicated weekly business program First Business. From 1998 to 2005, she worked for Fox News, first as a contributor for three years and then as a correspondent for four years. During her time as a correspondent, Nauert regularly contributed to The Big Story.

From 2005 to 2007, she held positions at several news organizations, including ABC News as a general assignment correspondent, where she contributed to Good Morning America, ABC World News Tonight, and Nightline. While at ABC, Nauert was nominated for an Emmy Award for her work on the special series 13 Around the World.

In 2007, she returned to Fox News as co-host with John Gibson of the weekday edition of The Big Story. She also co-anchored the newscasts Good Day Early Call and Good Day New York Wake Up with co-anchor Steve Lacy weekday mornings for Fox Broadcasting Company owned-and-operated station WNYW in New York City.

In October 2012, she left Good Day Wake Up and became a news presenter for Fox & Friends.

United States Department of State

On April 24, 2017, the United States Department of State announced that Nauert would be the new State Department spokesperson, her first role in government.

Nauert held her first press briefing in that role five weeks later, on June 6, 2017. Following the dismissal of Steve Goldstein on March 13, 2018, she was named acting Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs.

In April 2018, she voiced support for Saudi Arabian-led intervention in Yemen. Nauert also condemned “Iran’s malign influence” in Yemen.

In May 2018, she said in response to the Gaza border protests: “We oppose actions against Israel at the International Criminal Court (…) because it does not help the cause for peace.”

In July 2018, she noted that the anniversary of the Invasion of Normandy and the long United States relationship since the Marshall Plan provided evidence of a strong ties between the United States and Germany.

On November 1, 2018, it was reported that President Trump offered Nauert the position of United States Ambassador to the United Nations to replace the outgoing officeholder, Nikki Haley.

Heather Nauert Net Worth

Heather Nauert has an estimated net worth of  $3 million dollars.

Heather Nauert Measurements

Height: 5’5″ (165 cm)
Weight: 135 lbs (61 kg)
Dress size: 6
Breasts-Waist-Hips: 35-26-36 inches (89-66-91 cm)
Shoe/Feet: unknown
Bra size: 32C
Cup size: C

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Heather Nauert has never posted any photos of her wearing a bikini or a swimsuit.

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Trump picks Nauert to be UN ambassador

President Donald Trump announced on Friday that State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert is his choice to succeed Nikki Haley as US ambassador to the United Nations.

Speaking to reporters on the South Lawn of the White House, Trump said Nauert had done a “great job” at the State Department.
“She’s very talented, very smart, very quick, and I think she’s going to be respected by all,” Trump said.
Nauert, a former Fox News host who arrived at the State Department in 2017, would be a relatively inexperienced newcomer in one of the most high-profile positions in US diplomacy. Her nomination sets the stage for a potentially tough Senate confirmation hearing, where Democrats will likely grill Nauert on her qualifications for the position.
In an administration rife with internal conflict and deeply distrustful of the UN, Nauert’s nomination would place a less senior person at the international agency than Haley, who reportedly sparred with other administration officials.
Nauert’s appointment would realign power dynamics within the President’s national security team. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has told aides he wants the UN position downgraded from the Cabinet-level job Haley had insisted on, an official familiar with his remark has told CNN. Elevating Haley to a Cabinet-level post broke with the tradition of previous Republican administrations.
National security adviser John Bolton has been said to want the role downgraded as well, according to people familiar with his thinking. A former UN ambassador himself, Bolton has taken an interest in some UN matters, such as the International Criminal Court.
The shift means Nauert would wield less clout than her predecessor, both at the UN and within the administration, and as a result, would pose nowhere near the challenge to Bolton, White House chief of staff John Kelly or Pompeo.

Source: edition.cnn.com