Dana Perino Biography
American political pundit, Dana Perino, 44, who served President George W. Bush as the 27th White House Press Secretary is popular in the United States for being the second female White House Press Secretary. She is of white ethnicity.
Born on May 9, 1972, as Dana Marie Perino to Janice and Leo Perino in Evanston, Wyoming, the United States of America, she grew up in Colorado in Denver area. These days, she is popular in the world for being the co-host of the show, The Five and also as a political commentator for Fox News.
On 30th of September 1998, Dana got married to Peter McMahon. This was Dana's first marriage whereas Peter's third. Peter McMahon is a businessman who is an expert in the international marketing and sales of medical products. Actually, they met each other for the first time in 1996 and they began their love affairs since then. The couple is married together for nearly 20 years now. They do not have any children yet.
Dana received her formal education from Ponderosa High School. After her high school graduation, she joined Colorado State University-Pueblo. She finally earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in mass communications in 1993.
She began her professional career before she graduated from CSU. She also worked for WCIA, a CBS as a reporter. She then worked in Washington, D.C as a staff assistant of Rep. Scott McInnis for about four years. The actual amount of her annual salary is unknown, but her net worth is said to be around $4 Million.Edit
Born in Evanston, Wyoming
Born as Dana Marie Perino in Evanston, Wyoming, United States of America to Leo Perino and Jan Perino, Dana was raised in Denver, Colorado. She is an American and is of white ethnicity. She is five feet and two inch tall.Edit
Graduated from Colorado State University-Pueblo
Dana received her formal education from Ponderosa High School and after her high school graduation, she joined Colorado State University-Pueblo. She finally earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in mass communications in 1993. She then joined the University of Illinois, Springfield.Edit
Met future husband Peter McMahon
In 1996, while she was on a commercial flight to somewhere, she met the love of her life, Peter McMahon for the first time in her life. Peter McMahon is a businessman who is an expert in the international marketing and sales of medical products.Edit
Married to Peter McMahon
After being in love with Peter McMahon for about two years, they decided to enter into the new stage of their relationship and subsequently, they got engaged in 1998. They finally got married on 30th of September 1998. It's nearly about 20 years of their marriage now.Edit
Became the spokesperson for the Department of Justice
She began her professional career before she graduated from CSU. She worked for WCIA, and CBS as a reporter. In 1998, she moved to Britain, but she remained there only for about a year and then she finally moved back to the United States. After she came back in Washington, D.C, she became the spokesperson for the Department of Justice.Edit
Became the Deputy Press Secretary
She has been serving in the highest post of the American politics since a long time. After being the spokesperson for the Department of Justice for about two years, she began serving Scott McClellan as the Deputy Press Secretary.Edit
Became the 27th White House Press Secretary
She finally earned the position of the 27th White House Press Secretary for President George W. Bush on 14th of September 2007. Actually, at that time, she became the second female White House Press Secretary.Edit
Began serving on the Broadcasting Board of Governors
After her time as 27th White House Press Secretary came to an end with the start of 2009, she joined the Fox News as a political commentator. She is also the co-host of the show, The Five. From the end of 2009, she also began serving President Barack Obama as the Broadcasting Board of Governors.Edit