Fanchon Stinger Biography
Fanchon Stinger is an American journalist who was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. She is an evening news anchor, for FOX59 News in Indianapolis. She currently anchors the 5, 6, 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. newscasts. Fanchon is excited about being a part of central Indiana and contributing to the positive growth of the community and to the success of central Indiana young people. She is also an Entrepreneur, loving wife, benefactor and face of multiple charitable organization.
Fanchon loves taking walks with her husband and dog, Arie. She enjoys traveling and experiencing the different cultures of the world, reading, exercising and eating.
Fanchon Stinger Age
Fanchon’s age information will be updated soon.
Fanchon Stinger Education
Fanchon attended Mercy High School, a Catholic college preparatory school in Farmington Hills, Michigan. In 1989, she went on to attend the University of Michigan, obtaining her Honours in a dual Bachelor’s degree, English and Communication.
Fanchon Stinger New Job
Former Fox 2 news anchor Fanchon Stinger has found a new job nearly two years after she was let go for being linked to the Synagro Technologies scandal.
Stinger will co-anchor the 10 p.m. newscast at Fox59 in Indianapolis, according to a statement on the station’s Web site and WDIV. She is expected to start work on July 6.Fanchon Stinger photo
“I am honored by the opportunity to join a team of professionals who share in my passion to enrich the lives of our young people, serve those around us, and be a catalyst for positive change in the community in which we live,” Stinger said in Fox59’s statement.
Stinger was let go in 2008 from her Fox 2 anchor job after 11 years with the station. She was in a relationship with Rayford Jackson, who was sentenced to five years in prison for bribing former Detroit Councilwoman Monica Conyers for her vote on a Synagro sludge-hauling contract.
During a media blitz late last year, Stinger denied having any involvement with Synagro and accused Jackson of physically abusing her.
Some commenters on Fox59’s Facebook page mentioned Stinger’s past on a post about her hiring. However, many people seemed willing to give Stinger a warm welcome.
Fanchon Stinger Awards
Fanchon has gone on to win fourteen Emmy Awards and received over twenty nominations from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
She is a recipient of various other awards within her industry:
The Associated Press-Michigan named her ‘Best Reporter’ in 2000
The “Best Spot News Reporting” award for her coverage of the attack on the World Trade Center in New York City.
The ‘Best General Reporting’ award for her investigative report on a bogus and fraudulent doctor.
the United States Department of Health and Human Services awarded Fanchon its highest honor, the ‘Inspector General’s Integrity Award’.
Fanchon Stinger Indianapolis
Hundreds of people are in downtown Indianapolis this week for the 42nd annual National Conference of the American Association of Blacks in Energy.
Part of the conference is highlighting five women breaking through the glass ceiling within the energy industry and you can read about their stories in a new book that’s going worldwide this week. It’s called “The Energy Within Us: An Illuminating Perspective from Five Trailblazers.”
Author Elizabeth Ann Atkins and one of the women profiled in the book, Joyce Hayes Giles, sat down with Fanchon Stinger on Wednesday to discuss the book’s themes.
Book sales will fund scholarships for female students pursuing science, technology, engineering, and math careers, also known as STEM.