Julie Roginsky is a Democratic Party strategist and television personality who worked as a contributor for the Fox News Channel, where she was most frequently seen as a co-host on Outnumbered and as an occasional co-host on The Five. She previously worked as a contributor for CNBC before joining Fox News. The Star-Ledger has published her columns in FoxNews.com, CNBC.com, Politico, Forbes, and The Star-Ledger, among other publications.
Roginsky's parents, Abram and Tanya Roginsky were Soviet dissidents of Jewish heritage who lived in Moscow, Soviet Union, at the time of his birth. Her grandparents were the primary caregivers for her until she and her parents were granted permission to leave the Soviet Union in 1980. Her grandparents were denied the right to leave the Soviet Union and lived as Refusniks for more than a decade until they, too, were granted the right to emigrate to the United States in 1990. In the years before moving in the United States, Roginsky and her family resided for a short period of time in Paris and London.
Roginsky grew up in both New York City and Plainsboro Township, New Jersey, where he attended school. She graduated from Princeton Day School and received her B.A. and M.A. degrees from Boston University.
Initially, Roginsky was engaged by Emily's List to work on the congressional campaign of Dale McCormick, who was running in a Democratic primary for the United States House of Representatives in Maine's First Congressional District at the time. Immediately following the election, Roginsky began working for Rep. Frank Pallone of New Jersey, whose campaign against Mike Ferguson she was successful in managing.
During the Democratic caucus' successful bid for three seats in the state legislature in 1999, Roginsky became the first woman to oversee the New Jersey Democratic Coordinated Campaign (NDCC).
She then went on to work as the communications director for the Democratic State Committee of New Jersey for several years. When Jon Corzine was elected to the United States Senate in 2001, she was appointed to the position of Communications Director in Washington, DC, where she has worked since.
Comprehensive Communications Group, a political consulting and public relations firm created by Roginsky in 2003, has worked on behalf of Fortune 500 corporations, government leaders, and non-profit groups since its inception. Among the firm's clients have been Senators Cory Booker and Frank Lautenberg, as well as Representatives Albio Sires, Steve Rothman, and Frank Pallone, among others.
As a member of the Women's Campaign School at Yale University, Roginsky has served on the board of directors since 2005. The Women's Campaign School is a nonpartisan leadership program whose mission is to expand the number of women in elected and appointed positions. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and former Representative Gabby Giffords are among those who have graduated from the program.
In 2004, Roginsky made his television debut as a Democratic strategist on Fox News Channel. The next year, she was hired by CNBC as an on-air contributor, where she also authored pieces for the company's website. The following year, she was employed as an on-air contributor by Fox News. She also contributes to the FoxNews.com website, where she writes columns. She has previously been on CNN, MSNBC, and HLN, among other networks.
Roginsky filed a case in the New York Supreme Court against Fox News, Roger Ailes, and Bill Shine in 2017, alleging sexual harassment on the part of the broadcaster. She reached a settlement with the plaintiff in December 2017. Roginsky alleged that Ailes approached her and offered her a permanent position on The Five in exchange for having sexual relations with him, and that Ailes retaliated against her after she declined. In April 2017, Roginsky continued to appear in news segments on Fox News, despite the fact that she was pursuing legal action against the network. Her final day as a Fox News contributor was June 30, 2017.
|Date of Birth:||25-04-1973|
|Birth Place:||Moscow, Russia|
|Children:||Zachary Peter Roginsky|
|Net Worth:||Under Review|
|Profession:||pundit, Political Consultant Fox News Channel|
|Alma Mater:||Boston University.|
|Birth Date:||25 Apr, 1973|
|residence:||New York City|
|Description:||Democratic Party strategist and television personality|
|Net Worth 2021:||3 million|