Megan Kilbride from NPR’s ‘Passing’

Play Audio Clip Listen to audio clip. “The Card Section, Cutline, and Grand Junction News Center are alive and well, which I guess is a better representation of my career than The Wall Street…

Megan Kilbride from NPR's 'Passing'

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“The Card Section, Cutline, and Grand Junction News Center are alive and well, which I guess is a better representation of my career than The Wall Street Journal where I used to be. But going forward, it will be carefully rationed with stories I’ll do on a monthly basis.”

– Megan Kilbride

— Megan Kilbride joins Guy and Marie to discuss her new NPR series “Passing,” premiering Tuesday, January 29 at 10 AM ET.

Hosts Guy Benson and Marie Harf wonder why the term “self-identity” is popping up in various issues, from city rebranding to community organizing, and what it means for mankind. That’s why she decided to tackle that topic in this three-part series, Passing.

Megan Kilbride hosts the digital show Drop the Sheets Monday through Thursday, and is also a regular contributor to the Business Desk and Business Insiders on FOX News Channel. Prior to joining FOX News Channel, Megan served as a host for Planet Money and provided financial reporting for National Public Radio (NPR) in the states and abroad. She started her career with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and Economics at St. Thomas University in Minnesota. While attending college, Megan worked in nonprofits supporting children and the underprivileged and as a personal finance columnist for The Pulse, a local lifestyle magazine in Jacksonville, Florida.

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