Gerri Willis

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Gerri Willis, [1] is an American television news journalist and host of The Willis Report, a daytime program on the Fox Business Network, focusing on consumer and personal finance issues.[1]

Biography[edit]

Gerri Willis was born on August 14, 1959 in Spruce Pine, North Carolina

Having joined the Fox Business Network in March 2010, Willis also appears across all programming on the network.

Prior to joining FBN, Willis served as the personal finance editor for CNN, hosting a weekly half-hour program titled “Your Bottom Line”, which focused on ways to save Americans money and the economy’s effects on personal finance. Before CNN, she worked at Smart Money magazine as the senior financial correspondent.

A graduate of Columbia Business School where she was a Knight-Bagehot Fellow, Willis is the author of two business books, “The Smart Money Guide to Real Estate Investing” and “Home Rich.” She was also the winner of the Excellence in Retirement Savings Reporting award in 2001, which is bestowed by the American University School of Communication and the Investment Company Institute's Education Foundation.[1]

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