Born on 7 January 1969, Mary Dagen McDowell is an American anchor and analyst on the Fox Business Network and a business correspondent for the Fox News Channel.
She was also a former business contributor on the Imus In The Morning radio show and was a regular guest on FNC’s Hannity.
Mary Dagen McDowell’s Net Worth
Mary Dagen McDowell has had a remarkable career in the past year’s which helped her build a net worth of $5 million. Her husband, Jonas Max Ferris is an economist, investor advisor, economic analyst, and producer. Jonas also has a net worth of $5 million just like his wife.
Dagen McDowell is a bold anchor
Dagen has been in the reporting scene since 1996, which is remarkable. She has built a platform for everyone and is surely does not hesitate to speak her mind.
During her professional career, she has covered and spoken about critical things such as sexism towards female reporters, she has also spoken boldly of her opinion on political matters.
“I wanted to talk about Sheldon Whitehouse and the hypocritical monologue or lecture that he hacked up in front of her,” McDowell began. “[He didn’t] ask her one question. Not one. He implied that Amy Coney Barrett is not there because of her accomplishments, because of her intellect, because of how she’s lived her life, but that she’s there because she’s a pawn of dark money.”
Dagen McDowell spoke about Sheldon Whitehouse and his ‘sexist’ treatment towards Barrett. Dagen McDowell till today inspires every female to speak her mind without the fear of anything above.
Early Life and Career
Not much is known of the school she graduated from but Mary McDowell graduated from Wake Forest University with a degree in Art History. Mary McDowell began her career as a financial journalist at the Institutional Investor’s Newsletter Division.
McDowell co-hosts “Mornings with Maria” on “Fox Business Network”, Markets Now, appears regularly on Your World with Neil Cavuto and appeared on Imus in the Morning before Imus’ death in 2019, and has been a weekly panelist for Cashin’ In. She has won the Cashin’ In Challenge three times in 2013, 2014, 2015, defeating the other three panelists, all of whom are professional money managers. She has served as a panelist on Cavuto on Business which airs on Saturday
She took over hosting Bulls and Bears in 2016 following predecessor Brenda Buttner’s eventually fatal cancer diagnosis and participates in Outnumbered and The Five. Mary McDowell also worked for TheStreet.com.
Who is the anchor married to?
In 2005 she married Fox News economic analyst Jonas Max Ferris. She has been active in the public eye since 1996 till today. Jonas Max Ferris is a producer, known for If the Trees Could Talk (2014), The Evening Edit (2014), and Bulls & Bears (2000).