is the Anchor of the new prime time show “The Story with Martha MacCallum” on Fox News. She recently completed her run as Anchor of “The First Hundred Days” of the Trump presidency for Fox News. She interviewed President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence during their first months in office.
Her career began in 1991 as a producer at Wall Street Journal Television. She then moved to NBC and CNBC where she was a reporter for "The News with Brian Williams,” the "Today Show,” and “CNBC World.” She served as co-anchor for CNBC’s “Morning Call” with Martha MacCallum and Ted David. After 9/11, MacCallum became the Anchor of the primetime show “Checkpoint,” which examined homeland security. MacCallum created the award-winning series “Inside the Business” for CNBC. She joined Fox News in 2004 and has become one of America’s most-recognizable news anchors. She has covered every major story of the last 20 years including four presidential elections, 9/11, Hurricane Katrina, two Popes and the Royal Wedding.
Martha is a recipient of the Gracie Award for her coverage of business news. In addition to her successful career at Fox News, she has also managed to find time to volunteer for her alma mater. Martha has been a Laurentians in Residence panelist, took part in a 2014 career panel in New York City, served as a career advisor, and was on the Reunion Development Committee during her past reunions. She serves on the advisory board of Soldier Strong and the board of trustees of Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child, and is a former board member of The Link Community Charter School in Newark, New Jersey.
Martha graduated from St. Lawrence with a bachelor’s degree in government in 1986. She has been married to Dan Gregory for 25 years, and they currently live in New Jersey. Together, they have three children, Elizabeth, 21, Reed, 18, and Harry, 16.