If you were to ask some, they would say that the sky is falling on the Biden administration. With the pathway to Build Back Better now blocked due to Senator Joe Manchin's decision to vote no, and the Voting Rights Act stalled in the U.S. Senate, President Joe Biden’s legislative agenda has been brought to a halt just months before the 2022 midterm election.
Richard Fowler currently serves as a contributor to FOX News (FNC), joining in September 2016. In his role, Fowler provides political and cultural analysis across FNC’s daytime and primetime programming as well as the network’s Sunday media analysis program MediaBuzz with Howard Kurtz. He also has appeared as a guest co-host on The Five (weekdays, 5-6 PM/ET).Read More
Fowler is the host of the nationally syndicated Fowler Show and is the co-founder of the Richard Media Company, a boutique communications and messaging firm that serves foundations, nonprofits, and helps brands better tell their stories and appeal to millennial audiences.
Fowler’s weekly radio program can be heard in over 9.1 million homes, and he currently serves as a staple on SiriusXM’s Progress and Urban View.
As a first-generation American, from Jamaican parents, Fowler began his political career in his home state of Florida, volunteering with numerous local and statewide races. Since then, he has been an advocate for youth, social equity, and the African-American LGBTQ community.
Most recently, Fowler was named a Senior Media Fellow for the New Leader’s Council and Chairman of the Center for Black Equity Leadership Council. In both of these roles, he focuses on training, equipping, and empowering the next generation of millennial and LGBTQ leaders to use their voice to advocate for change.
Throughout his career, Fowler has trained close to 10,000 people on the importance of messaging and media strategy. He has worked to advance education and health policy reform with teachers, nurses, and higher education faculty to make their voices heard in decision-making processes taking place across school districts, state governments, and our Nation’s Capital.
Fowler earned a Bachelor of Science in Economics and a Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs from The George Washington University.