Emily Compagno Bio, Age, Husband, Parents, Net worth, Fox News, Cheerleader, Swimsuit
Emily Compagno Biography
Emily Compagno is an American legal and sports business analyst born on 9th November 1979 in El Cerrito, California. She is a contributor on The Fox Business Network.
She worked as a reporter and covered PAC-12 sporting events. She also hosts professional sports features and Fanspeak segments, and is a contributor to sports magazines.
Emily Compagno Age
She is 39 years old as of 2018; she was born on 9th November 1979.
Emily Compagno Family
Emily’s parents names are not in the public domain. She has two sisters named Natalie Compagno and Julietta Compagno Skoog.
Emily Compagno Sister
Emily’s sister, Julietta Compagno Skoog is the co-founder of Sproutable, a website focused on supporting parents to raise remarkable kids. She is married to Jon Skoog and the couple has two daughters together, Josephine Harper Skoog and Violet Avery Skoog.
Her other sister Natalie loves travelling and writes for several international travel publications. She is married to Greg who helps her run a Traveler’s Bookcase, which is a famous travel bookstore located in Los Angeles.
She also writes for a blog called My LA Lifestyle, which covers entertainment, art, style and other things.
Natalie and Emily were featured on the Travel Channel’s Top Secret Swimming Holes in the episode titled, “Spain Splashdown.” The two went on a weeklong road trip in Spain looking for top-secret swimming holes and beaches. They trekked through woods and streams, snorkeled in a pool full of melted snow, and hiked through canyons.
Emily Compagno Husband
Emily married her husband on 14th September 2017. She keeps her husband a mystery and has never revealed his name.
I’ve been married one day and my husband leaves his ring in the hotel room 🙄 pic.twitter.com/8Cdmego9Qq
— Emily Compagno (@EmilyCompagno) September 15, 2017
Emily Compagno Education
Emily completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Washington and later received a Juris Doctor from the University of San Francisco in 2006.
Emily Compagno Net worth
Emily has an estimated net worth of $1.5 Million.
Emily Compagno Attorney
After graduating college Emily undertook an internship for Judge John Noonan of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. She worked as a volunteer with orphans in Malawi, Zambia, and Uganda.
She worked as a civil litigator before landing a position as a general attorney at the Social Security Administration in 2010 a position she held for four years until 2014. She is currently an on-air legal and sports business analyst, as well as a lawyer in private practice.
As an attorney, she worked as a federal managing attorney, a civil litigator, and a criminal defence attorney. She offers sports business and legal analyses for several national networks and local television stations.
Emily Compagno Cheerleader
Emily is a former cheerleader while working as a criminal defence attorney near San Francisco she joined the cheerleading squad for the Oakland Raiders, the Raiderettes, later becoming the squad’s captain.
She served as one of four NFL cheerleaders who got the chance to represent the NFL for the launch of NFL China in Beijing and Shanghai, China. She even visited the troops throughout Iraq and Kuwait, performing on an NFL military tour.
Emily Compagno Fox News
Emily appears as a guest commentator on the Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network. She has appeared as a guest on several Fox News-oriented shows such as Fox & Friends, The Five, and The Greg Gutfeld Show as a legal expert.
She has given her expertise on topics such as Hillary Clinton State Department classified emails, the New York prison break; numerous federal court rulings; FIFA/DOJ-FoJ; UNC/NCAA Notice of Allegations; government-related news about the Federal spending bill; hacking of Sony and North Korea; NFL-related stories concerning trials and other legal events; and many more.
Emily Compagno Swimsuit
In February 2018 Emily debated with Britt McHenry on Fox News’ Watters’ World about the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition as McHenry had issues with it. McHenry had voiced her opinion on Twitter on 13th February in response to professional golfer Paige Spiranac’s sexy 2018 spread.
Why does a woman have to pose nude to feel “empowered”? Isn’t it more empowering to keep your clothes on, go into an office or classroom like everyone else and excel? #SISwimSuit desperately wanting to compete with IG models with gimmicks.
— Britt McHenry (@BrittMcHenry) February 13, 2018
Emily who has also posed for many sexy shoots and calendars like Maxim and SI, challenged her argument and voiced her opinion that it is the woman who gets to decide what makes her feel empowered and if posing for a sexy bikini photoshoot, then so be it.
McHenry clarified that she has no problem with women who want to feel sexy by taking all their clothes off. She said she had issues with Sports Illustrated who she claimed decided to capitalize off the #MeToo movement as the swimsuit edition is a huge part of their revenue.
Emily continued her argument that it’s really up to the woman making her own choice autonomously, free of pressure and entirely on her own, which she felt these women have done.