Mary Katharine Ham
|Born||April 5, 1980|
|Alma mater||University of Georgia|
(m. 2011; died 2015)
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Mary Katharine Ham (born April 5, 1980) is an American journalist. She is a contributing editor for Townhall Magazine, a writer at The Federalist, and a CNN contributor. She previously worked as a Fox News contributor and an editor-at-large for Hot Air.
Ham wrote for the Richmond County Daily Journal, Townhall.com where she was a columnist and managing editor, and The Washington Examiner. Her video blog series for Townhall.com, HamNation, won a Golden Dot award for Best Vlog of 2006 from the Institute for Politics, Democracy & the Internet and her HamNation video, "Sopranos DC," was voted "Video of the Year" in the 2007 Weblog Awards. The series ended in June 2008.
Ham was a host of The Morning Majority (5–9 a.m., Monday–Friday) on WMAL (simulcast on 105.9 FM and 630 AM) in Washington, D.C., until March 5, 2012.
Ham describes her political leaning as "primarily fiscal- and security-conscious conservative".
At the 2014 Conservative Political Action Conference, she was presented with the American Conservative Union Blogger of the Year award.
In October 2022, Ham wrote that she had been quietly suspended from work at CNN for seven months after commenting on colleague Jeffrey Toobin's masturbation incident caught on Zoom while at work.
Ham was married to Jacob Brewer, a White House aide. The couple married in 2011; two years later, Ham gave birth to their first child, a girl. Brewer died from serious injuries sustained in a bicycle accident on September 19, 2015. Ham gave birth to their second child, a girl, in late 2015.
Ham remarried on March 7, 2020, to a man "who has no social media presence". As of February, 2022, Ham has three daughters.
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