Fox News Names Emily Compagno ‘Outnumbered’ Co-Host
Fox News Channel (FNC) has promoted network contributor Emily Compagno to co-host of the ensemble show Outnumbered (weekdays, noon-1 p.m. ET. She will appear daily alongside Outnumbered’s founding anchor Harris Faulkner and a series of rotating panelists, beginning today, Jan. 25.
Since joining Fox News Media as a contributor in December 2018, Compagno has provided political and legal analysis across the Fox News Media platforms, including regular panelist appearances on Outnumbered and The Five. In March 2020, she was tapped to host Crimes That Changed America on Fox News Media’s subscription-based streaming service, Fox Nation. The series investigates infamous cases across America, and Compagno explores the lasting effects they had on the United States judicial system.
In addition to her role at FNC, Compagno is an attorney and has been practicing law since 2006. Previously, she served as a federal managing attorney and an Acting Director at the Social Security Administration, one of the top-ten largest U.S. agencies. She also practiced criminal defense and civil litigation in California.
Additionally, Compagno was a National Football League Oakland Raiders cheerleader, where she held the title of captain. While with the Raiders, she was selected as a NFL Ambassador and promoted NFL China in Beijing and Shanghai. She also was one of five NFL cheerleaders to visit U.S. troops stationed throughout Iraq and Kuwait on a USO tour.
Compagno holds a Bachelor of Arts in political science from the University of Washington, where she was awarded the U.S. Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps’ Cadet of the Quarter Award. She holds her Juris Doctor from the University of San Francisco School of Law, where she was president of the Federalist Society and articles editor of the Intellectual Property Law Bulletin.