Meet Mrs. Ailes
Ailes’ award-winning media career began as a researcher and booker for NBC News at Sunrise and Before Hours, a daily business show she co-produced with the Wall Street Journal. She was the first producer hired to launch financial network CNBC, and later was responsible for its on-air merger with FNN. Mrs Ailes became the youngest female Vice President at NBC and was responsible for launching cable network America’s Talking, the forerunner to MSNBC.
Mrs. Ailes also owned and published 2 newspapers in New York’s Hudson Valley. She now lives in Palm Beach, Florida and is involved with non-profit organizations focused on social welfare and workforce development.
Latest Blog Posts
Home in Florida for the holidays with my son Zac. I love this Christmas tree across from the palm trees.
I’m in Garrison and ready to plant my vegetable garden My little red wagon is full of tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, corn and more. The real question is whether the squirrels and rabbits will help themselves to my harvest.
Rush was a larger than life figure who served as the moral compass to the conservative movement. Most will remember him as the tireless champion of policies that transformed America. I was blessed to know him as a loyal, kind and supportive friend to my family. We are poorer for this loss, and his absence […]
On the Bookshelf
One of the things I loved most about working in journalism and publishing was meeting brilliant authors and watching their books have an impact. Here are a few of the books on my bookshelf and links to recent reviews. Stay tuned, there are some books I’m anxiously awaiting and will post soon.
These photos are from the night of the dedication. Executive Director Beth Greco is in the foreground, and they sang a beautiful song of thanks to me and my family.
At the St. Christopher’s Inn Gala with Mother Delores Hart and Cardinal Dolan.
This was one of my favorite events! This photo is from the Cardinal’s 2013 Christmas luncheon. I was that year’s “Christmas Angel” and I believe I still hold the record for money raised for Catholic Charities at that event: $1.6 million dollars.