Kristin Fisher


Kristin Fisher currently serves as a Washington D.C.-based correspondent for Fox News Channel (FNC). She joined the network as a correspondent in 2015.

Most recently, Fisher reports live on America's Election Headquarters 2016 (AEHQ) to cover the latest news on the campaign trail and regularly appears on FNC’s news programs.

Prior to joining FNC, Fisher served as a freelance correspondent for ABC News/NewsOne and spent four years reporting for WUSA-TV (CBS) in Washington. She pioneered Field Mouse Films, which specialized in making documentary films for both news outlets and corporate clients including, Uber and Starwood Hotels and Resorts.

In 2009, she moved to Washington after working at KATV (ABC) in Little Rock, Arkansas and KJCT (ABC) in Grand Junction, Colorado. Fisher also served as a campaign correspondent during the 2008 presidential campaigns where she reported on Mike Huckabee and Hilary Clinton's 2008 presidential runs and the inaugurations of Barack Obama.

Additionally, she has covered major breaking news stories including, Hurricane Irene and Sandy, the shooting at the Washington Navy Yard and was a legislative correspondent for the Arkansas general assembly.

In 2010, Fisher won an Emmy for her bi-weekly segments on heroes in the greater Washington community. The daughter of two NASA astronauts, she's passionate about reporting on space-related stories and has covered seven space shuttle launches thus far.

Fisher grew up in Houston, Texas and has lived in both London and Athens. She is a graduate of Boston University’s College of Communication.

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