An American journalist Mary Katharine Ham is the editor at Hot Air, a contribution editor to the Townhall Magazine as well as a CNN contributor. In addition to that, Mary was represented with ACU Blogger of The Year Award at the CPAC 2014. Previously, she was also a Fox News Channel contributor for eight long years. She is the native of Montgomery, Alabama, United States of America. She came into this world on 5th April of the year 1980 which has now made her reach the age of 36. She was raised up in Durham, North Carolina. Her father named Jon Ham is also a journalist as well as a blogger.
Katherine Ham went to get her education from the Riverside High School from where she got graduated in 1998. After that, she got enrolled at the University of Georgia and from there, she received a Bachelor of Arts Degree and graduated in 2002. She had written for Richmond County Daily Journal, Townhall.com where she was the columnist and a managing editor as well as The Washington Examiner. Ham’s video blog series for the Townhall.com, HamNation had won a Golden Dot Award for the Best Vlog of 2006 from Institute for Politics, Democracy, and The Internet and her HamNation Video titled as Sopranos DC was voted as the Video of the Year in 2007 Weblog Awards. That series ended in June of 2008.
Mary Katharine Ham was the host of the Morning Majority on WMAL located in Washington, D.C., until 5th March of 2012. In addition to that, Ham has also written for The Weekly Standard and The Daily Caller and she was formerly a paid contributor on Fox News Channel. Apart from that, she has also made her appearance regularly on the Fox News Channel program of Bill O’Reilly titled as The O’Reilly Factor usually with Juan Williams. She has also been the guest panelist on Fox’s late night satire show known as Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld. On 4th February 2014, she made an appearance as a guest co-host on The View Mary describes her political learning as primarily fiscal and security conscious conservative.
A talented journalist Ham has already got married. She was married to her then-husband Jake Brewer. After dating with each other for several years, the pair finally tied their knot in 2011. Ham and Brewer remained together until the death of her husband in 2015 because of the injuries sustained in the bicycle accident. Her husband was a White House Aide as well as the co-founder of immigration activism group called Define American with Jose Antonio Vargas. Ham also has two children together with her husband. She gave birth to her first child, a daughter named Georgia Brewer in August 2013.
Her husband died when she was expecting their second child. Later she again gave birth to a daughter on 28th November of 2015 whom she has named as Garnet J. Brewer in honor of her late husband Jake Brewer. Prior to that, Ham belongs to American nationality and she is of White ethnicity. Besides that, more information related to her books, and bio can be accessed from various sources and she is also active on twitter and Instagram.