Richard Fowler

Richard Fowler


Richard Fowler is a contributor to FOX News Media and an adjunct professor of journalism at Georgetown University. Since 2016, he has provided political and cultural analysis across Fox’s daytime and primetime programming as well the network’s Sunday morning public affairs line-up. This includes Fox News Sunday with Shannon Bream and Media Buzz with Howard Kurtz. He also appears as a guest co-host on The Five (weekdays, 5-6 PM ET).Read More

Fowler, former host of Fowler Show, a national syndicated radio program, is now known for his work as a contributing writer for Forbes and His long-form storytelling has shed light on millennials' issues and topics that live at the intersection of culture, policymaking, and societal change.

With more than a decade and a half of experience in media and journalism, Fowler’s work has made its way to millions of homes via radio, print and television. Foundations, nonprofits, corporate brands, elected leaders, and local governments have utilized Fowler’s storytelling experience to develop engagement strategies for their increasingly diverse audiences.

As a proud Jamaican American, with both parents hailing from the Caribbean nation, Fowler’s work as a storyteller began earnestly through his involvement in political activism in his home state of Florida, where he volunteered on numerous statewide electoral campaigns.  Since then, he has worked upfront and behind the scenes as an advocate for social equality as it relates to young people, communities of color, and working families. His work has helped propel educators, frontline healthcare workers and elected officials at the forefront of the emerging electorate.

Fowler has served as a Senior Media Fellow for the New Leader’s Council and as the Chairman of the Center for Black Equity. In both roles, Richard channeled his experience as a storyteller to train and equip millennials with the skills needed to advocate for their respective communities.

As a speaker, trainer and now professor, Fowler has taught, mentored, and trained more than 15,000 of his fellow Americans on the importance of messaging and media strategy to strengthen their roles as citizens and advocates. He also has long-term collaborations with Google, Pinterest, the Society of Human Resources Management, and the Congressional Black Caucus.

Fowler holds a master’s degree in journalism from Georgetown University,  and a Bachelor of Science in Economics and a Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs from George Washington University.