Juan Williams, born Juan Antonio Williams, is a Panamanian-born American journalist and political analyst for the Fox News Channel. He is married to Susan Delise.
Like anyone of merit, Juan Williams was not born into circumstances that would make what he accomplished easy whatsoever. Juan Williams was born in Colón, Panama. He had to work hard to get to the point where he would be able to study at a university. When Juan Williams was able to do that, he graduated from Oakwood Friends School in Poughkeepsie, New York. It was there that he got to be agent of the understudy body, proofreader of the understudy paper and was chief of the baseball, cross country and basketball group. All of his efforts did not go unnoticed. From there, Juan Williams went to Haverford College, from which he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in logic.
Juan Williams is the creator of Eyes on the Prize: America's Civil Rights Years, a buddy to the narrative arrangement of the same name about the African-American Civil Rights Movement, and many other fantastic feats. Juan Williams has even gotten an Emmy Award and discriminating recognition for his TV narrative work and he has won a few honors for investigative news coverage and his assumption sections.
Juan Williams marriedhis wifeSusan Delis. They have a total of three children including Rae, Antonio, and Raffi From the get-go, his children showed an ambitious side very similar to his own. The youngest child Raffi, for example, has contemplated human sciences and played lacrosse at Haverford College, which was his father's place of graduation in Pennsylvania. He has worked for The House Committee on Rules and is, right now, the Communications Director for Benishek for Congress. Juan Williams is not just a father, but is the granddad of twin young ladies whose names are Pepper and Wesley.
Besides all of the accomplishments Juan Williams is already known for achieving, Juan Williams also works tofulfill his personal agenda of improving the social situation for minorities that have unfair treatment from the police and other areas of life. He does this through composing for a few daily papers, which include The Washington Post, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal, and more. This way, he is able to help the cause by assisting in spreading the news.
There are many awards that Juan Williams has won over the years. These awards include the Education Writers of America award, the Front Page Award, the Outstanding Memorial Book Award, the Washington-Baltimore Newspaper Guild, the Myers Center for the Study of Human Rights in the United States, Columnist of the Year Award, Emmy Award, the Washingtonian Award, the Haverford College and State University of New York Award, Time Magazines Awards, Honorary Doctorates, and the Best National Book Award.
Juan Williams leads a rather private life. Thus, any information anyone has access to isfar from any of the reaches of his home life, and is instead full of all of his professional feats. However, it is positively known that he is a loving husband and father.
Last Modified: Feb 13, 2020