As one of the biggest news networks in America, Fox has been reporting ground-breaking news from around the world. In one of the biggest cities in America, the news office has seen many reporters pass through the doors, each amassing incredible wealth in the process.
From Uma Pemmaraju's estimated $4 million net worth to Julie Banderas $12 million, here are the wealthiest women to report for Fox News.
Sandra Smith: $3 Million
Sandra Smith began her career as a retail stock researcher and analyst. It wasn't until 2007 that Smith joined the Fox Business Network as a reporter. On top of that, she is a regular guest on the Fox Business Happy Hour.
In 2014, Smith became the co-hosting the segment Outnumbered, and, currently, she serves as the co-anchor for Fox News America Reports.
Jillian Mele: $900k
Jillian Mele is best known for co-hosting Fox & Friends First from 2017 through 2021. Before that, Mele was involved with NBC 10 and NBC Sports Philadelphia. For the former job, she won an Emmy Award for her work on an Olympic-related news story.
She even won an Emmy Award for Endgame, a Philadelphia Eagles post-game program. As of 2022, Mele is worth a little over $900k.
Gretchen Carlson: $1.5 Million
In 2006, Gretchen Carlson appeared as a weekend substitute host on the Fox News show Fox & Friends. It was the start of her career with the network. From there, she became the anchor on the segment.
In 2013, she left the show and began hosting her own segment, The Real Story with Gretchen Carlson.
Katie Pavlich: $2 Million
Katie Pavlich joined the Fox News team in 2013 as an alternative for "The Five." But working for Fox hasn't been Katie's only time working in the broadcasting industry.
She has also worked for MSNBC, CNN, CNBC, and Fox Business. Pavlich even worked on a podcast with former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, Everything's Going to be Alright. Currently, her net worth is an estimated $2 million.
Tomi Lahren: $3 Million
After giving her "final thoughts" on TheBlaze's Tomi, Tomi Lahren has gained widespread media recognition throughout the world. A self-proclaimed contributor and not a reporter, Lahren managed to gain Fox News's attention, joining their team in 2017.
Since 2018, she's been the host of the Fox Nation talk show called No Interruption. She now also hosts a show called Tomi Lahren Is Fearless on OutKick.
Dana Perino: $6 Million
From 2007 until 2009, American political commentator Dana Perino was the White House Press Secretary. After she served her term, it didn't take long for Perino to find herself on the Fox New team as a regular host on The Five, The Daily Briefing, and America's Newsroom.
On top of being a host, Perino has also served on the Broadcasting Board of Governors, and as Editorial Director for Random House, Inc. Currently, her net worth is an estimated $6 million.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck: $16 Million
Elisabeth Hasselbeck got an interesting start to stardom, becoming one of the contestants on the second season of Survivor. Then, she married an NFL star. Finally, she moved into broadcasting, becoming one of the hosts of The View.
Then, from 2013 until 2015, Hasslebeckk joined the Fox News team, co-hosting the morning show Fox & Friends. She still ventures into the newsroom as a guest from time to time. Her current estimated net worth is $16 million.
Greta Van Susteren: $35 Million
Greta Van Susteren has worked for many newsrooms as a reporter, including CNN, MSNBC, and Fox. After some time as a legal analyst for CNN, Van Susteren moved to Fox, where she would become the host of On the Record w/ Greta Van Susteren for 14 years.
In 2015, Forbes named her as one of the most powerful women in the world.
Martha MacCallum: $8 Million
Fox News welcomed Martha MacCallum to the team in 2004. Years later, in 2017, she began hosting her own show as part of Fox News's program lineup, The Story with Martha MacCallum.
Not only that, but she has been behind the scenes as the presidential election correspondent during four different elections.
Claudia Cowan: $4 Million
At the start of her career, Claudia Cowan worked her way up from a messenger to an on-air reporter for KTTV-TV (FOX). She became an anchor for KMST-TV, KOVR-TV13 (CBS), and KRON-4 (NBC).
Cowan then joined Fox News in 1998 as their Bay Area correspondent. It is estimated that her net worth is $4 million.
Megyn Kelly: $45 Million
Megyn Kelly has had a long career in broadcasting, starting with ABC as a general assignment reporter in 2003. By 2004, she applied for a position at Fox News. There, she began hosting her own segment, The Kelly File.
Even after leaving the network in 2017, Kelly found herself with a "triple role" at NBC News. With her various success and intense interviews, including former presidents, Kelly has accrued a net worth of $45 million.
Elizabeth Prann: $1.5 Million
During her time with Fox News, Elizabeth Prann was based out of Washington, D.C.'s Fox News Bureau, where she first worked as a production assistant for On the Record w/ Greta Van Susteren, a fill-in news anchor, and a correspondent.
Prann reported on major news stories for the network, including the West Fertilizer Plant explosion and the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill. Currently, her estimated net worth is $1.5 million.
Maria Bartiromo: $50 Million
In 2013, Maria Bartiromo decided to leave CNBC and join the Fox Business team. She began hosting Maria Bartiromo's Wall Street and Mornings with Maria before expanding her reach into the Fox News Channel.
There, she's been hosting the Sunday Morning Futures With Maria Bartiromo. Her long career and many shows have earned her an insane net worth of $50 million.
Heather Nauert: $3 Million
Broadcast journalist Heather Nauert worked for Fox News channel from 1998 until 2005. During her time with the network, Nauert first worked as a contributor before moving on to a correspondent position.
Nauert frequently contributed to The Big Story and, in 2012, became a news presenter on the show Fox & Friends.
Harris Faulkner: $6 Million
Newscaster and television host Harris Faulkner joined the Fox News Channel in 2005. She began anchoring the daytime show The Faulkner Focus and the segment Outnumbered.
A popular and successful reporter, Faulkner has earned six Emmy Awards for her work as an anchor.