Heather Nauert, the name itself invokes images of Teutonic hotness.
And for those who’ve wondered why the Fox News Channel anchor hasn’t been delivering the news as of late, it’s because the much rumored career move has finally taken place.
After weeks of rumors, the State Department has finally made it official, the unofficial poster girl for everything Überweiblich is their new spokeswoman;
The Department of State is pleased to welcome Heather Nauert as the new State Department Spokesperson. Nauert comes to the Department with more than 15 years of experience as an anchor and correspondent covering both foreign and domestic news and events, including the 9-11 terror attacks, the war in Iraq, and the genocide in Darfur, Sudan. Nauert’s media experience and long interest in international affairs will be invaluable as she conveys the Administration’s foreign policy priorities to the American people and the world.
Prior to joining the State Department, Nauert was a New York-based Fox News Channel anchor and correspondent. On the top-rated morning cable news show, “Fox and Friends,” she was responsible for reporting breaking news. In addition, she regularly solo- and co-anchored programs on Fox News and contributed to every news platform, including radio, satellite radio, and internet.
Nauert joined Fox after graduating from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Domestically, Nauert reported on the past four presidential elections, including filing reports from battleground states, the Republican and Democratic conventions, and the inauguration. She also anchored coverage of the terror attacks in Orlando, San Bernardino, and Boston, as well as the 2008 financial crisis. Prior to joining Fox News, Nauert served as a network correspondent for ABC News, where she traveled extensively for breaking news stories in the United States and abroad. At ABC News, her in-depth piece on teenage girls in Iraq during the war was nominated for an Emmy. Before working in news, she was an advisor in the health care industry. She is a graduate of Mount Vernon College in Washington, DC.
According to the new media portal Heavy.com, answering her nation’s call will likely result in a pay cut, and a hefty one at that.
While at Fox News, she was bringing home a cool $500,000 a year. According to PayScale.com, the median income for a foreign service officer is $103,135.
It’s a fair assumption her salary as spokeswoman will be nowhere near what she was pulling at Fox.