Dagen McDowell

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Dagen McDowell
Mary Dagen McDowell

(1969-01-07) January 7, 1969 (age 50)
Alma materWake Forest University (1991)
OccupationBusiness news anchor, TV personality, accountant
Years active1996–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 and Fox News 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, and has been a weekly panelist for Cashin' In (she has won the Cashin' In Challenge three times 2013, 2014, 2015, defeating the other three panelists, all of whom are professional money managers). She has served as a panelist on Cavuto on Business which airs on Saturday, took over hosting Bulls and Bears in 2016 following predecessor Brenda Buttner's eventually fatal cancer diagnosis, and participates in Outnumbered and The Five.

Personal life[edit]

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


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