Is Fiona Hill Transgender? Height and Nickname Revealed

Is Fiona Hill Transgender? Height and Nickname Revealed

Fiona Hill is a British-American political adviser and foreign affairs specialist, and academic.

Fiona is a former official at the U.S. National Security Council specializing in Russian and European affairs.

She was awarded Ph.D. in history from Harvard University.

Is Fiona Hill Transgender?

Fiona Hill may or may not be transgender. There is no information regarding her sexuality. 

She was born in Bishop Auckland, County Durham in Northern England in October 1965.

She is the daughter of her father, Alfred Hill, a coal miner, and her mother, June Murray, a midwife. However, her father, Alfred, died in 2012.

Fiona and her sister attended Bishop Barrington School. She studied history and Russian at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland.

Later, in 1991, Fiona earned a master’s degree in modern history and Russian at Harvard University and Ph.D. in history in 1998.

At present, Fiona serves as a Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution in Washington. Besides, she is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission.

Fiona Hill Height: How tall is she?

Fiona Hill’s height is not available yet. By the looks of her, she seems to be about 5 to 6 feet tall.

She is 54 years old. However, her specific date of birth is not available to the public yet.

Her net worth is between $100,000-$105,000 approximately.

Before joining Brookings, Hill was director of strategic planning at The Eurasia Foundation in Washington from 1991 to 1999.

She also has worked with the John F. Kennedy School of Government in the research department. 

She is married to her husband named Kenneth Ken.

Fiona Hill Sexist Nickname Revealed

Fiona Hill was an intelligence analyst under Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama.

She is also a former Russian adviser to former President Donald Trump, reveals a sexist nickname given to her by officials in the Trump administration. 

MSNBC’s Nicole Wallace was the one who discovered that an interviewer gave her a nickname.

Fiona was approached if she knew she was called a Russian bitch for testifying during the Russia investigation and Donald Trump’s first impeachment trial.

She responded that she did not even know. Furthermore, she said she did not expect it to be in the US White House in the 21st century.

The interview took place before the publication of her book; There is nothing for you here.

In her book, she includes some of her experiences, and the main reason behind it is that she wants to draw attention to the fact that there is still discrimination against women.