Alexis Glick is known as an American television journalist. She is most famous for her work Money for Breakfast.
Alexis Glick born on Aug 7, 1972 in New York City, New York. Her father is a lawyer and her mother is an office manager. She did her graduate studies at Columbia University. She received her bachelor’s degree in political science there.
Alexis Glick is married to Oren Glick. She is the proud mother of four little youngsters.
Alexis Glick started her career as an analyst in the Equities division of Goldman Sachs and later on moved to Morgan Stanley as an executive. She was the youngest and also the first woman to manage such a big firm. Her work involved trading in consumer, entertainment, utility, real estate, and financial stocks. She was one of the leading producers at the Equity Trading Desk at Morgan Stanley from 1998 to 2001.
Glick started her career in journalism by working as a substitute anchor in ‘Early Today’ in the year 2005. She also worked as an anchor on MSNBC Live and as a senior business correspondent at CNBC. She started working as a temporary anchor at NBC in the year 2006 for the show ‘Today’. She quit NBC’s Today and joined Fox News in the capacity of Director of Business News. She started working as an anchor in 2007.
Glick ceased to work for Fox Business Network in the year 2009. She later appeared in the show Real Time with Bill Maher in 2010 and also worked as a guest host on WBAC. After her exit from Fox Network, Glick worked on CNN and ABC. She is also seen as a business anchor on Sirius XM.
During her career, she has interviewed world leaders like President Barack Obama, the Secretary of Treasury, Gary Locke, the former Secretary of Commerce, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, John Bruton, the former head of state of Ireland, and Henry Paulson. She has frequently appeared on CNN in programs like Your Money as part of the experts' panel talking about issues like the financial crisis, escalating unemployment in America, and its impact on the global market trends.
Glick presently serves on the governing body of Cumulus Media, America's second-biggest operator of radio broadcasts.
In addition to anchoring news programs and producing business shows, Alexis Glick is also the CEO of the GENYOUth Foundation, which is a non-profit organization. The main mission of the organization is to nurture child health and wellbeing by means of enhanced physical activity and nutritional balance. GENYOUth's flagship program, Fuel Up to Play 60, a partnership between the National Football League and the National Dairy Council, enables youth in excess of 73,000 schools to improve their own wellbeing by expending supplement rich nourishments
She was a senior individual for the Kauffman Foundation, probably the biggest establishment in the nation, committed to education and entrepreneurship. She likewise filled in as a key counsel to the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy, a worldwide discussion of business CEOs and chairpersons concentrated solely on corporate magnanimity made by Paul Newman, John C. Whitehead, and Peter L. Malkin.
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