Trish Regan currently hosts The Intelligence Report with Trish Regan on the Fox Business Network daily.Trish Regan was crowned as Miss New Hampshire and has represented her state in the national beauty pageant. Apart from that, she is also an author.

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  • December 13, 1973
  • 5 Feet 5 inches
  • Married
  • $12 Million
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Family and Personal Life

In 2001, Trish Regan married James Ben, an investment banker. The couple had twin daughters, Alexandria and Elizabeth, in 2010 and a son, Jamie, in 2012.

Trish Regan was born on December 13, 1973, in Hampton, New Hampshire, United States. Regan is also an honored graduate of the Phillips Exeter Academy. She is also a Miss New Hampshire 1993 and represented her home state in Miss America pageant in 1994. 

She attended Columbia University and graduated cum laude with Bachelor’s degree in the US history in 2000.

Trish married to James A. Ben, an investment banker, in 2001. Regan and James are the proud parents of three children. She gave birth to her twin daughters named Alexandra and Elizabeth on 8 December 2009. She then gave birth to her third child named Jamie in July 2012.



Body Measurements and Life Style

Beautiful TV host Trish Regan has attractive body measurements. Her figure has classic hourglass shape. No wonder this body won Miss New Hampshire in 1993.

Trish is an elegant and charming lady with perfect body measurements of 34-26-35 inches followed by the splendid height of 5 feet 7 inches. Her fashion sense is remarkable. She looks very hot and curvy in her outfit. She has got long fine legs with seducing smile on her face.

She has gained that ideal figure through her immense workout and scheduled diet plan. She loves capturing a picture of her children and spends most of her leisure time with her family. She has kept her personal and professional life in balance.



Professional Career

At her starting days, Regan collected her experience at Goldman, Sachs & Company. Later, she started working for media including CBS and CNBC. Currently, she is in contract with Fox Bussiness Network.

At the beginning of her career, Trish worked for the Goldman, Sachs & Company. She was hired by the Bloomberg in December 2011 and anchored one of the primetime specials “Street Smart with Trish Regan” for the Bloomberg TV.

In 2001, she joined CNBC as a correspondent of CNBC MarketWatch. At CNBC, she anchored the prime time documentaries as well as reported on the major economic news also including the US banking collapse of the year 2008, and European debt crisis.

She was also a reporter at the G8 summit in Germany and covered other important national incidents like Enron Scandal, the 2006 mid-term Congressional election, the 2006 State of the Union Address as well as the three major hurricanes to crash the America in 2005: Katrina, Rita, and Wilma. She traveled and investigated the terror correlation between the Tri-Border region of South America and Islamic terrorist groups.

Trish Regan from the beginning of her career has been doing great jobs and craving her name deep in the area of American journalism. She reported from G-8 summit in the Germany, interviews Columbian President Alvaro Uribe as well as the economic boom and challenges of Brazil.

Additionally, she was also a regular contributor to the NBC’s Nightly News with Brian Williams, the Today show, and syndicated Chris Matthews Show. Prior to CNBC, she used to work for CBS News as a reporter for CBS Evening News and a contributor to ‘face the Nation’ and ‘48 hours’.

In 2015, she signed for Fox News and Fox Business Network as a host where she became part of the first all-women panel to moderate a Presidential debate. She too hosted all coverage of the Republican and Democrat convention for Fox Business Network as well as joined in the coverage of each Presidential debate.

In addition, Regan has also authored a book titled Joint Ventures: Inside America’s Almost Legal Marijuana Industry. The book was released on April 19, 2011.



Achievements and Awards

The Emmy nominated TV presenter is awarded and honored by various organization and media. She has achieved the amount of reputation through her profession.

Trish Regan was honored as 'The Most Outstanding Young Broadcast Journalist Award' and is listed in the Top 30 Irish American. Her work at the CBS Market Watch has helped her to earn The Most Outstanding Young Broadcast Journalist Award in the year 2002 from Northern California Society of the Professional Journalists. She has been nominated twice for Emmy Award for her documentary and investigative reporting.

Moreover, she was named among one of the ten women in the broadcast news to watch by the Houston Chronicle in April 2006. Her name was the clue to New York Times Crossword Puzzle in August 2009. Being a journalist, she has made lots of contributions which include the coverage of 2012 Presidential campaign.

Trish is a confirmed member of Council on Foreign Relations which is an independent as well as non-partisan member organization that is composed of journalists and public figures. She was also declared as the favorite female financial news anchor in December 2013 by the readers of the Business Insider.





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