Sandy Rios Biography

Biography by Published on Updated on 24 May, 2018
Facts of Sandy Rios
Date of Birth: 1949
Birth Nation: United States of America
Name Sandy Rios
Birth Name Sandy Rios
Nationality American
Birth Place/City United States of America
Ethnicity White
Profession News Correspondent
Working For Fox News Channel
Net Worth $3.2 million
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Blonde
Face Color White
Body Measurements Unknown
Married Yes
Married to Unknown
Children 1
Divorce N/A
TV Show Fox News Channel
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Sandy Rios is the Director of Governmental Affairs for the American Family Association. Her program is one of America's largest, pro-family grassroots organizations.

Her organization is based in Washington, DC. She hosts the program which can be heard on nearly 200 stations through the American Family Radio Network named Sandy Rios in the Morning on AFR Talk

Rios is the awardee of 2005 Henry Hyde Leadership Award- a Pro-Life Action League’s Protector Award. She has also received seven Silver Microphone Awards, an Angel Award, a TESLA Award for her work in radio.

Early Life And Career Of Sandy Rios

Sandy Rios was born in 1939 in Carmi, Illinois, Us. She is a former president of the conservative Christian organization Concerned Women for America. 

A Contributor in Fox News channel since 2005, Sandy Rios has regularly appeared in the channel bringing her perspectives in a wide array of issues, be it advocating religious beliefs, defending America’s war on terror, or claiming gay people as dangerous to society, she has never been shy from making a bold statement.

CAPTION: American political analyst Sandy Rios SOURCE: Right Wing Watch

She has defended religious freedom, analyzed presidential candidates, and debated national security issues with Megyn Kelly, Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity, and most of the FOX Team.

As the former president of Concerned Women For America, the nation's largest public policy women's organization, Sandy Rios hosted a nationally syndicated radio show that aired in most major cities in the U.S. and parts of Canada.

She was the host of the "Sandy Rios Show" for Salem Communications in Chicago. She has hosted the program for ten years.

The National Religious Broadcasters chose Sandy as their 2010 Radio Personality of the Year. Sandy Rios has also received an Angel Award, a TESLA, and seven Silver Microphone Awards for her work in radio.

Sandy Rios is the president of Culture Campaign since 2004. She was president of Concerned Women for America, from 2001 to 2004, this is a conservative religious organization. She is chairman of the North Korean Freedom Coalition it is the coalition that advocates for the citizens of Korea.

Rios has done investigative work in India, China Vietnam, Thailand, and the Soviet Union. She lived in a still-divided Berlin, Germany for two years.

Sandy Rios' Controversies

Sandy Rios would like us all to forget about those LGBT couples in decades-long relationships, those raising children, and those with strong ties to their own LGBT-friendly churches and communities as she uses her interpretation of Christianity to decide that LGBT people shouldn't be able to enter a legal marriage contract.

Rios publicly claimed the sexual orientation of an AMTRAK engineer on duty during the 2015 Philadelphia train derailment was a possible factor in the crash.

Sandy Rios still looks half she is, as she has gone through with her multiple plastic surgeries. She has done her plastic surgery at the age of 65.

Sandy Rios' Personal life

Sandy Rios is a married woman. She married a former FBI Special agent Bruce Rather for several years. She welcomed two children; a son and a daughter with him. Her daughter, Sasha died in 2009 who was severely disabled since her birth. Rios’ son is a married writer and pastor who has three children.

After divorcing the first husband, she married Bruce Rather- a Chicago-based lawyer in 2009. Since then, she is happily married to him.

Sandy Rios, a politician has a net worth of $3.2 million, is married to a retired FBI Special agent. They have got a son, who is a married writer and pastor, and father of three. Sandy's daughter, Sasha, passed away in 2009 as she was severely disabled since her birth. She is living with her husband Bruce Rathe right now.