Megan Alexander joined Inside Edition in fall of 2007 and covers everything from crime stories to the latest fashion trends to what the stars are up to. Alexander has a knack for putting people at ease while entertaining and informing the public about the stories of the day. Alexander also frequently appears on CNN Headline News’ “Showbiz Tonight” as a guest commentator.
Born and raised in Seattle, she attended King's High School and was actively involved with the performing arts with a singing group called “Living Faith.” Her first broadcasting job began with a classical music station in Santa Barbara, and then she headed to the music city of Nashville, where she worked in radio for Metro Networks. Alexander debuted on television as part of the cast of “Tennessee Mornings on Fox 17.” While in Nashville, Alexander hosted a teen show for LifeWay Christian Resources called “Fuel.” She appears in country music artist Josh Turner’s music video “What it Ain’t” on CMT. Her film credits include the independent film, “Something to Prove,” and she wrote the theme song for the indie film “Heaven Cent.” Before coming to Inside Edition, Megan worked as a Reporter/Anchor at KENS5 in San Antonio, TX.
She also co-hosted the morning show “Great Day SA” at KENS5.
Alexander is also a contributing writer for NSIDE Business Journal and pens their “Business Coach” section. She emcees countless charity events and seminars around the country for organizations like Girls Quest, Girls Inc. and NAM. Megan hosts the ICM awards from Nashville each year, a show that encourages family-friendly, inspirational music and programming. She is a member of the Country Music Association. She and her husband live in New York City and are the proud parents of a baby boy and dog named Indiana.
Follow her on Twitter at www.twitter.com/MeganAlexander1.