Allison Harris / Principal
Allison Harris is a former White House Correspondent and Edward R. Murrow award-winning journalist with more than a decade of experience reporting live on breaking news and high-profile stories.
Harris was the first White House Correspondent for cable news network, News Nation, where she established a presence in the briefing room during the Biden administration and helped launch a national morning show, taking the network into 24 hours of programming during the week.
She’s reported thousands of stories for viewers across the country from the White House, including on the COVID-19 pandemic, America’s exit from Afghanistan and the first war in Europe since World War II.
Her broadcast journalism career was launched in local news, including in her hometown of Dallas, Texas at KDFW, where she covered Texas politics, Hurricane Harvey, Super Bowl LI, the NFL Draft and shootings in Dallas, Sutherland Springs, El Paso and Odessa.
Her reporting has also been Emmy-nominated and recognized by the National Press Club.
Harris has a degree in journalism from the University of Oklahoma where she has served as an adjunct professor, advising students.
She lives in Bethesda, Maryland with her husband and daughter.