Gillian Turner Biography
(Former National Security Council Staffer)
Birthday: September 6, 1982 (Virgo)
Born In: New York, US
Gillian Turner is an American journalist, who served as a ‘National Security Council’ staffer during the presidential administration of George W Bush and Barack Obama. She presently serves as a full-time news correspondent and the vice president of ‘Fox News.’ She has also served as the vice president of the global strategy firm ‘Jones Group International.’ Gillian had initially developed an interest in dance, taken dance lessons, and danced with the ‘Pennsylvania Ballet’ for a year. However, she stepped into a completely different career since beginning of her college years. She earned a BA degree in political science and government before starting work with the ‘Albright Group, LLC.’ With time, she achieved great heights in her professional career. She joined the ‘White House National Security Council’ as a research associate during the George W Bush administration. Her remarkable work earned her the ‘National Security Council Outstanding Service’ Award. She was eventually promoted to the post of director (acting) and worked in such capacity during the Barack Obama administration. She later earned a master's degree in social science, African governance, security studies, and politics.