Dagen McDowell

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Dagen McDowell
Born Mary Dagen McDowell
(1969-01-07) January 7, 1969 (age 48)
Brookneal, Campbell County, Virginia, United States
Nationality American
Alma mater Wake Forest University (1991)[1]
Occupation Business news anchor, TV personality, accountant
Years active 1996–present
Spouse(s) ? (?–2002?) 11 months
Jonas Max Ferris (2005–present)

Mary Dagen McDowell (born January 7, 1969) is an American anchor on the Fox Business Network and a business correspondent for the Fox News Channel. She is also a former business contributor on the Imus In The Morning radio show, and a regular guest on FNC's Hannity.

Education and career[edit]

A native of Campbell County, Virginia, from a family of Irish background, McDowell graduated from Wake Forest University with a degree in Art History. McDowell began her career as a financial journalist at the Institutional Investor's Newsletter Division.

Career with FOX Business Channel[edit]

McDowell co-hosts "Mornings with Maria" on "Fox Business Network", Markets Now, appears regularly on Your World with Neil Cavuto and on Imus in the Morning, occasionally on Outnumbered, and has been a weekly panelist for Cashin' In (she has won the Cashin' In Challenge three times 2013, 2014, 2015 [2] ,defeating the other three panelists, all of whom are professional money managers). She has most recently served as a panelist on Cavuto On Business which airs on Saturday, but took over hosting Bulls and Bears in 2016 following predecessor Brenda Buttner's eventually fatal cancer diagnosis.

Personal life[edit]

McDowell is married to Fox News economic analyst Jonas Max Ferris since 2005.


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