Amy Kellogg has worked for FOX News Channel (FNC) since 1999. She currently is a London-based correspondent and previously worked in FNC's Moscow bureau.
In recent years, Kellogg has had extraordinary access to the Islamic Republic of Iran, and when 15 British sailors were being held captive in 2007, she had an opportunity to speak with President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad at the press conference following their release. She has covered political as well as social topics in Iran, from the nuclear issue to the popularity of plastic surgery.
Kellogg has also told the story of Christians and Jews, of Iran-Iraq war veterans suffering the effects of Saddam Hussein's chemical weapons and has spent much time with Iran's youth. She reported from Pakistan and Afghanistan after September 11, 2001, in Israel and the Palestinian territories throughout the Second Intifada and in Iraq in 2004. She has covered news and features from Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and the United Arab Emirates, and reported from aboard the USS Stennis in the Arabian Sea.
Additionally, Kellogg has traveled to Chechnya during its second war of the 1990s, covered the dramatic resignation of the late Russian President Boris Yeltsin and reported on the takeover of a Moscow theater in 2002 by Chechen rebels and the subsequent hostage standoff. She did in-depth stories on the life of Pope John Paul II, and reported from Poland at the time of his passing in 2005. She also reported on the London transit bombings in 2005 and the Mumbai train bombings in 2006. Kellogg covered the wedding of the Prince of Wales to Camilla Parker-Bowles and traveled around North Africa with the Duke of York, Prince Andrew, on a trade and investment mission for the United Kingdom.
Before working at FNC, she worked at WNEP-TV in Scranton, Pennsylvania, WBRE-TV in Wilkes-Barre Pennsylvania, News 12 New Jersey and Fox 68 in Syracuse, New York.
Kellogg began to study Russian at Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts and then received her BA in Soviet Studies from Brown University. She spent a semester at Leningrad State University. She received her Masters from Stanford University in Russian and East European Studies and also speaks Spanish and French.