Terry Gilberg

Terry Gilberg
Smart, funny, and plugged in--Terry Gilberg is a journalist-turned-talk host who thrives on local issues and controversy. For 30 years, Terry has worked professionally in several mediums within the broadcast industry including film, television and radio. On Arizona's airwaves, she has logged over 2500 news-driven, issue-oriented shows on the hot, vexing issues of the day.
Some of Terry's favorite subjects include Bias in the Media, the American Housing Catastrophe, the Takeover of the Free Market, Socialized Medicine, Education in America, and National Security, including our military and borders. Some of her most popular shows include "Answers on Autism: Causes and Cures," "Exposing Wall Street's Naked Short Sellers," "Tea Party Constitutionalists," "Obamacare--Should He Get His Head Examined?" "Immigration: the Topic that Won't Go Away," and "Political Islam--What Does It Want With Us?"
Terry thrives on in-depth conversations with newsmakers and experts in many fields. As the English Language Learners case made it to the U.S. Supreme Court, Terry interviewed famed litigator Ken Starr who represented Arizona and won the case. Other interviewees include Watergate attorney John Dean, astronaut Buzz Aldrin, Congressmen Ron Paul, Tom Tancredo, John Shadegg, Senators Jeff Flake, John McCain, and Jon Kyl, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, Oilman T.Boone Pickens, authors Steve Forbes, Michelle Malkin, Michael Medved, David Limbaugh, Hal Lindsay, Phyllis Schafly, actors Pat Boone, Dennis Weaver, Michael Moriarty, Mary Tillman, mother of athlete/soldier Pat Tillman, plus numerous Arizona newsmakers.
Terry has rich life experiences. An "Air Force brat," she was born in the Philippines at Clark Air Force base and is the second oldest of seven children. She has lived all over the world, moving every four years to bases where her father, an Air Force colonel, was stationed.
Terry holds two degrees from Stanford University--both undergraduate and graduate degrees. For post-graduate study, she was awarded a Rotary Fellow Scholarship to study International Relations at the Stanford-in-Italy campus in Florence. She is a Board Member of Phoenix Rotary 100. She is married to a conservation scientist and has a daughter in college.



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