"Rome was not built on a day."
It indeed takes time to reach the goal one has made in his/her life. Along with the time, one needs patience, sheer determination, and hard work to fulfill what they desire. The best example of a person having all three qualities is none other than the American reporter Alison Morris.
Since childhood, Allison dreamt of becoming a successful journalist. So, she put a hard-core effort in her passion. Eventually, her work credited her with the post of a reporter in the top American channel, Fox 5.
Alison Morris Wiki
39-year-old Alison was born on 31 October 1979 in Long Island, New York. Apart from her mother-tongue, she is also fluent in French. She prefers to run in her leisure time.
She earned her Bachelor degree in Sociology from Yale University. Likewise, she is a graduate of Our Lady of Mercy Academy in Syosset.
Alison Morris Married, Family
Having a promising career can't always fulfill the personal spaces that need to be covered by loved ones. How can Alison Morris be indifferent from this?
Well, she is married to her husband, Scott Roslyn, a brand strategist.
After passing through the phase of dating, and being engaged, Alison tied the wedding knots with Scott on 20 July 2013. Since then, she is relishing her marital voyage with her partner and their pet, boxer Riley in their home in Manhattan.
Alison Morris spends quality time with her husband, Scott Roslyn on 14 September 2014 (Photo: Scott Roslyn's Instagram)
Interestingly, Alison rejuvenates her marriage and her family life by going on vacations and spending quality time with her husband. Moreover, her husband keeps the romance alive by cooking delicacies for Allison.
The New York native started her journaling career in Paris; writing for the Wall Street Journal Europe. Meanwhile, she also reported on the French Stock Market (The CAC-40) for CNBC Europe.
As of now, Alison is a business reporter/ news presenter at Fox 5 ( WNYM-TV New York) and anchors the 5 pm, 10 pm, and 11 pm news.
Before Fox News, Allison covered the Super Bowl XLVII in New York. Then, she began to work as a weekend anchor and consumer reporter for both FoxCT and The Hartford Courant.
Within her tenure at the Hartford, she covered Sandy Hook Tragedy and The World Series, which nominated her for two Emmy awards.
Moreover, Alison also passed five years as a general assignment reporter in KDKA-TV like Kacey Montoya. There, she was the lead reporter on several award-winning national news stories including The Sago Mine Tragedy, The LA Fitness Shooting, and The G-20 Summit.
With a promising career as a reporter, Allison now bags an annual salary of $43,977.