Laura Kuenssberg is a British journalist and political editor at BBC News. She is the first woman to hold that venerable post. Coming from a family of brilliant and compassionate people, she has been able to carve her own niche; cast her own identity; and choose her path to success. She has reported on some of the biggest events in contemporary British politics and has been applauded by many including the judges of British Journalism Awards. Her sensitivity and compassion for political topics including her interview with Brendan Cox greatly inspired the journalist fraternity. This included her work on Brexit and other issues regarding British politics changed the way in which it was viewed. Kuenssberg, like most famous people, was controversy’s favorite child. Her fearless nature landed her in many a hot soup. She was even a victim of online abuses and threats. But she made sure that none of the criticisms affected her sanity and her indomitable love for her work. Laura Kuenssberg reminds us that the fair and the fearless not only survive but thrive in the toughest of professions.