Dr. Gina Loudon, author, anchor, columnist, talk show host and frequent news commentator, will chronicle her career during a speech at her alma mater, William Woods University.
The 1990 WWU graduate will speak at 4 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 4, in the Library Auditorium as part of the Alumni Speaker’s Series. Her program is free and open to the public.
Loudon is a regular commentator on Fox News and Fox Business shows and she is credited as one of the “100 Founding Members” of the Tea Party movement, founder of Arizona BUYcott and originator of the field of Policology–the nexus of politics and psychology.
A national speaker and analyst, Loudon is also a writer on topics ranging from adoption to immigration. Her latest book, titled “What Women REALLY Want,” co-authored with AnnMarie Murrell and Morgan Brittany, was published in 2014. Autographed copies will be available for sale at her program.
Her book, “Ladies and Gentlemen: Why the Survival of our Republic Depends on the Revival of Honor,” published in 2012, is a historical and psychological non-fiction book about the roles people play in society and how they can change their role.
While at William Woods, Loudon, an Alpha Chi Omega, majored in psychology and minored in design/education. She then went on to earn two master’s degrees and a Ph.D. in psychology-related fields. The wife of former Missouri State Senator John Loudon, she and her family now live in San Diego, California, where she home schools her five children, including an adopted son with Down Syndrome.