Alexis Glick Biography
Alexis Glick is an American television presenter and former producer of Money for Breakfast and The Opening Bell on Fox Business Network, as well as Vice President of Business News.
How old is Alexis Glick? – Age
She was born on 7 August 1972 in New York, New York, United States. She is 50 years as of 2022.
Where did Alexis Glick go to school? – Education
She went to the Dalton School, a prestigious coeducational college preparatory school in New York City’s Upper East Side. She moved on to Columbia University to study political science and graduated with a bachelor’s degree.
Alexis Glick – Family
She was born in New York city, to Robert E. Donnelly, a Manhattan entertainment lawyer, and Ellen Cahill Donnelly, a former Lehman Brothers secretary who now works as the Brooklyn office manager for the New York real estate developer Forest City Ratner Corporation.
Glick husband and children
Alexis is married to Oren Glick, a Jewish guy who founded and runs the New York City photography firm Shoot Digital. The couples four children, Logan, Sky, Kyle, and Slate, live in the Gramercy Park and Flatiron neighborhoods of Manhattan, New York City. Aside from this, the family also has a home in Watermill, New York , in Suffolk County.
Alexis Glick’s Height
Glick is a tall man, standing at 5’7″ tall (1.70 m).
What is Alexis Glick Salary?
Her salary is estimated to range between $40,000 – $ 110,500.
Alexis Glick Net Worth
She receives a predicted net worth that ranges between $1 Million – $5 Million.
Alexis Glick Career
Glick started her professional as an analyst in the Equities group at Goldman Sachs.
She later worked for Morgan Stanley, where she was the youngest female to hold such a role at a bulge bracket firm. She was in supervision of floor operations at the New York Stock Exchange. At the firm, she worked with consumer and entertainment companies, as well as utilities and real estate investment trusts. She mainly traded investment trusts for financials such banks, credit card stocks, government agencies, and insurance equities at Morgan Stanley. Glick was a top contributor on the company’s listed equity trading desk from 1998 to 2001. In 2006, she had one of her first television appearances as a temporary host for NBC’s Today Show’s third hour.
She also appeared as a guest anchor on MSNBC Live and as a substitute host on Early Today in 2005. Glick was a senior business correspondent for CNBC in the past. In 2006, Columbia University honored her with the John Jay Award for outstanding professional achievement.
She was announced as the new Director of Business News for Fox News on September 12, 2006. She made her debut on the Channel in July of the following year. She has interviewed President Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Warren Buffett, Rupert Murdoch, Dilma Rousseff of Brazil, and Ken Chenault.
She is a board member of Cumulus Media, the second-largest radio station operator in the United States, in addition to her other obligations.
Glick was also a Senior Fellow of the Kauffman Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to entrepreneurship and education. She was a strategic advisor to the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy, an international forum of CEOs and chairpersons solely focused on corporate philanthropy. This charitable organization was formed by Paul Newman, John C. Whitehead, and Peter L. Malkin.
Alexis Glick has appeared as a guest and contributor on a variety of television networks, cable news networks, and national radio stations. She travels extensively throughout the United States to speak on a variety of topics, including the health of the US economy and the current political climate, among others.
Alexis Glick GENYOUth
Her company is the GENYOUth Foundation, of which she is the founder and CEO. It’s a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the health and well-being of children via improved food and physical activity.
Glick Twitter and Instagram
Her Instagram account is (@alexisglick).
Today I shared with our extraordinary @GENYOUthNow board that I’ll be stepping down as CEO in the coming months to pass the baton to someone I’ve been honored to work with. In 10 years I’ve been blessed to work with the best TEAM EVER in support of YOUTH!https://t.co/Cjq2AAowT8
— Alexis Glick (@AlexisGlick) January 11, 2022
Join us LIVE in LA for @TasteoftheNFL on Saturday February 12 for the #purposedriven culinary event @ #SuperBowl in support of @GENYOUthNow End Student Hunger Fund. To purchase tickets go to https://t.co/gpGcUfJYD8
— Alexis Glick (@AlexisGlick) February 6, 2022