Scott Norby is the proud husband of TV personality, journalist and most recently State Department spokeswoman, Heather Nauert.
Scott’s wife actually began her career presenting the news, the blonde is a conservative pundit whom you may remember from her days on Fox & Friends. However, the blonde could be changing jobs soon as she Trump’s leading contender to be the next U.N. ambassador.
Nauert became the State Department’s chief spokeswoman in April 2017, charged with articulating and defending the Trump administration’s foreign policy agenda. She has also been serving as the acting undersecretary for public diplomacy since the previous undersecretary was reportedly ousted.
Prior to joining the State Department, Nauert, a 48-year-old native of Illinois, served in several other positions at the cable network channel. She originally joined Fox News in 1998 and rejoined as an anchor in 2007. She provided coverage of the 2013 government shutdown, the ongoing crisis in Syria and the Benghazi, Libya attack. She also co-hosted Big Story with John Gibson & Heather Nauert as well as Good Day New York on WYNY-TV (FOX 5).
She earned her undergraduate degree from Mount Vernon College in Washington and a master’s from Columbia University’s School of Journalism.
The blonde is happily married to husband, Scott Norby –an investment banker. The two have been married for the last 18-years.
Scott Norby and Heather tied the knot in 2000 and since then, the couple has welcomed two children together, 9-year-old Peter Raymond and 8-year-old Gage Williams.
According to his profile on Bloomberg, Scott Norby served as the managing director at UBS Investment Bank at one point and had the same title at North Sea Partners LLC. He is also listed as a former member of the financial sponsors group at Morgan Stanley.
Most recently, he’s served as a managing director at Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. His job there included covering financial sponsors in the company’s investment banking division.
The husband and father of two, was born in Minnetonka, Minnesota and attended Minnetonka Senior High School. He earned his bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He also earned his MBA — with honors — from the University of Chicago’s Graduate School of Business.
The couple currently lives in Long Island.