Kate Fagan is an American author, reporter, commentator, journalist and attorney. Kate Fagan is best known as the co-host of the Free Cookies podcast and the author of three books.
Kate Fagan was born on Nov. 15, 1981 and she is currently 40 years old. Her full name is Kathleen Elizabeth Fagan. She is also from Warwick, Rhode Island and her zodiac sign is Scorpio. Speaking about her education, she attended Niskayuna High School in Niskayuna, New York. There she was the all-time leading scorer in school basketball.
For her further education she went to the University of Colorado at Boulder. There stands this personality in basketball. She also graduated from this institution in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science in Communication. She also suffered a foot injury as a freshman. However, after recovering, she bounced back and was among the team’s top marksmen and goalscorers.
Speaking of family, her father is Chris Fagan and her mother is Kathy Fagan. In addition, her father played professional basketball in Europe. That was until her father opened a financial investment company. On the other hand, her mother was a sales representative at McGraw-Hill.
working life and career
Professionally, Kate Fagan is an Emmy-winning sportswriter, reporter, commentator, author and ALS advocate. People recognize her as a former ESPN employee. Prior to her career at ESPN, this personality worked as Philly Inquirers’Beatwriter for the NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers. She currently works for Meadowlark Media
While attending the University of Colorado at Boulder, she played basketball and also rebounded as one of the team’s top marksmen and scorers. As such, this personality set a Big 12 Conference record. She did so when she made 44 consecutive free throws in the 2002–03 season. Additionally, this collegiate player became a perennial first-team Academic Big 12 performer. Additionally, this player played two seasons with the Colorado Chill of the National Women’s Basketball League (NWBL).
In addition, this personality started her professional career in 2006 as a sports editor. As such, she began with Ellensburg Daily Record. After a year, this reporter switched to the Glens Falls Post-Star. She worked as a sportswriter for the Glens Falls Post-Star. From 2008 to 2011, this personality was on the staff of the Philadelphia Inquirer. When he worked here, this reporter was the beat writer for the Philadelphia 76ers.
She also began working with ESPN in 2012. While working here, this reporter also appeared regularly on television Around the horn and First take. The record as of January 18, 2018 was 36 wins for this personality Around the horn.
Also, this commenter was the co-moderator of The trifecta with Spain, Jane and Kate. Her co-hosts for this show were Sarah Spain and Jane McManus. Also, this program aired on espnW. She also worked in Will and Kate which her co-host was Will Cain and which aired on ESPN Radio.
This reporter Own the center is a profile of basketball player Brittney Griner. it was for ESPN The Magazine. Glen Stout have selected this piece for inclusion in their Notable Sports Writing of 2013. Then, in May 2017, this reporter started a podcast on ESPN called Free cookies. For this program she collaborated with Kathryn Budig. However, she left ESPN in late 2018.
Similarly, this personality is a regular on the 538 Podcast – Hot Takedown. Then, in 2014, this reporter wrote The Reappearing Act: Came out as gay on a college basketball team led by born-again Christians. She then published her work through Skyhorse Publishing. This is a memoir chronicling her experiences on the Colorado women’s basketball team.
She then authored her second book titled Which made Maddy work. This made her the New York Times bestselling author. This book was also a semi-finalist for the PEN/ESPN Award for Literary Sportswriting.
This book is about Madison Holleran, a track and field athlete from the University of Pennsylvania. Unfortunately, Madison took her own life in 2014. Fagan released this book on August 1st, 2017. Additionally, this book addresses the pressures young women face when it comes to social media, especially Instagram. Additionally, this author brings to light the differences between Madison’s depressed reality and the hilarious and filtered photos she posted on Instagram.
On May 18, 2021, she released her third book titled All the colors came out: a father, a daughter and a lifetime Instruction. This book explores Fagan’s father’s lifelong love of basketball. It also examines how this sport has guided her through life, her relationship with her father and his death.
Kate Fagan is a happily married woman. In addition, she is also openly gay (lesbian). your wife is Kathryn Budig and they tied the knot on October 4, 2018. Your wife is a yoga teacher/teacher and author. In addition, this couple is a co-host of Free cookies. It is a Webby Award nominated podcast. They also live in Charleston, South Carolina with their two pets.
Kate Fagan stands about tall height of 5 feet 9 inches and her body weight is about 64 kg. Apart from that, the other body measurements of this personality like dress size, shoe size, chest-waist-hip measurements etc. are still being checked. In addition, this author has dark brown eyes and hair of the same color.
Social Media and Wealth
Regarding her social media presence, Kate Fagan joined Twitter in June 2009 and so far has over 61.9k followers on her @katefagan3 account. Also your username Instagram is @katefagan3. On this platform, she has more than 38.6 thousand followers. We can also email them to [email protected] for inquiries.
In addition, she has mentioned on her official website that we can contact Anthony Mattero at Creative Artists Agency for inquiries about her literary work, Kip Ludwig at Creative Artists Agency for speaking engagements, and Michael Klein at Creative Artists Agency for broadcasting. Further, this personality has a net worth of $1.4 million as of February 2022.