Gwen Freeman Bio,Age, Parents, Net Worth, Education, Radio

Gwen Freeman Biography

Gwen Freeman is an American morning talk radio show co-host. She had been a co-host on 1170 KFAQ in Tulsa, Oklahoma since the inception of The Michael DelGiorno Show in 2002. From 2002 to April 2007, she was DelGiorno’s co-host (“sidekick”).

When he left for WWTN in Nashville, Tennessee, Freeman took over as the senior hostess of the renamed The Morning Show. Former Tulsa City Councilor and mayoral candidate Chris Medlock joined her as co-host at that time.

Gwen Freeman Age

Freeman was born in 1956, Alexandria, Virginia USA. She is 63 years old as of now.

Gwen Freeman Parents

Her mother was a civil rights activist; her father was the scientist who pioneered night vision technology for the U.S. Army.

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Gwen Freeman Net Worth

Freeman net worth is underreview.

Gwen Freeman Education

She studied for many years at the Washington School of Ballet. Her efforts were marked by a stunning lack of progress, but she did heed one important lesson from her strict but fair ballet instructor, the redoubtable Mr. Buckner: “Do it, and do it with alacrity.”

In fact, the only athletic honor of any sort that Gwen ever won was the first place in the intermediate division of equestrian competition at Roundabout Riding Camp when she was 12, but all props for that award should probably go to the Big Dipper, a seventeen hand bay gelding, with a long, lazy lope.

After attending Thomas Jefferson High, Gwen enrolled at the University of Virginia and graduated with honors from the College of Arts and Sciences with a B.A. in philosophy. She then attended the University of Virginia School of Law, obtaining her J.D. During law school, she clerked for the Dade County Attorney’s Office in Miami, researching the issue of the emergency powers of the executive branch during an insurrection, always a timely topic, but particularly so that summer.

Gwen also completed an internship at the Central Intelligence Agency, where she edited daily reports concerning the first war in Afghanistan, the one the Soviets lost.  “There is nothing new under the sun.” (Ecclesiastes)

Gwen Freeman Radio

When DelGiulio left for WWTN in Nashville, Tennessee, Freeman took over as the senior hostess of the renamed The Morning Show. Former Tulsa City Councilor and mayoral candidate Chris Medlock joined her as co-host at that time.

1170 KFAQ is in Tulsa, which is the 65th largest radio market. KFAQ was ranked 10th in the market for spring ’07 with a rating on 3.6, badly trailing KRMG, the dominant talk radio station in the Tulsa market which has a rating of 6.2. The Morning Show on KFAQ had better ratings than the morning programming on KRMG for most of the time since its inception.

Freeman left KFAQ after an on-air dispute with Chris Medlock that occurred during a broadcast on Tuesday, February 12, 2008, at approximately 6:40 a.m. Her departure was officially announced on KFAQ on Wednesday, February 20, 2008, during The Morning Show.

Freeman has re-joined The Michael DelGiorno Show in Nashville, Tennessee on WWTN.

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Gwen eyeing governorship
February 14, 2018 

CEBU, Philippines — Deputy Speaker Gwendolyn Garcia is considering returning to the Capitol.

In an interview with RMN-DyHP yesterday, Garcia said the recent decision of the Ombudsman dismissing her from service over the development of the controversial Balili property in 2012 is among the “forces” being used to stop her from running again as governor.“I am now seriously considering actually kay daw desperate move Naman ni,” Garcia said, referring to the Ombudsman decision.

The Ombudsman said Garcia committed grave misconduct when she was still governor when she entered into a contract with ABF Construction to develop the Balili property even without authority from the Provincial Board.Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales also said Garcia violated the law when she entered into the contract sans a certification of appropriation and fund availability for the expenditure.“Kining gihimo ni Ombudsman Morales, murag nagpamatuod sa mga huhungihong nga diay nahadlok gyud ang naglingkod ron nga gobernador nga akoy modagan. This just confirmed what many Cebuanos are already saying,” Garcia said.

She cited the supposed closeness of Morales and former Supreme Court Chief Justice Hilario Davide, Jr., the father of Governor Hilario Davide III.The name of Garcia as returning gubernatorial bet in 2019 was floated during the mass oathtaking of the ruling Partido Demokratikong Pilipino-Laban ng Bayan (PDP-Laban) of President Duterte in Cebu last November 2017. The name of Fifth District Rep. Ramon “Red” Durano VI also surfaced as Garcia’s possible running mate.

Yet even before November, there have been rumors of Garcia returning to the Capitol.Garcia said these rumors are more of an “expression of hope” of the Cebuanos for Cebu to be number one again. Garcia said she has seen how Cebu has slid from being number one and host of many national and international events.

Garcia’s last remaining months as governor were uneventful when, in 2012, former president Benigno Aquino III, through the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG), suspended her for usurpation and grave abuse of authority. Her suspension stemmed from a complaint filed by the camp of the late vice governor Gregorio Sanchez, Jr., which accused Garcia of hiring consultants without authority from the Provincial Board and for hiring employees for the vice governor’s office.