News Anchor & Alcohol Recovery Advocate
Veteran news anchor Laurie Dhue is a New York-based TV broadcaster and media strategist. She is a news anchor and host of the investigative program For the Record on TheBlaze TV. Dhue is the Founder and President of her own consultancy, Laurie Dhue Media. Dhue is the only anchor to have hosted shows on the three primary cable news networks: CNN, MSNBC and Fox News Channel. Dhue spent nearly eight years at Fox News, where she hosted the highly-rated Fox Report weekend edition and appeared weekly on The O'Reilly Factor and Geraldo at Large. During her tenure at Fox News, Dhue reported extensively from the Middle East. Read More >
From the heights of broadcaster stardom to the depths of despair in her darkest periods of alcoholism, speaker Laurie Dhue shares her courageous story of getting—and staying—clean. In this inspirational speech, Dhue offers insight into the battle of addiction and how she finally found her path out of the disease that would have eventually killed her. Through her brave and passionate story, she shows audiences that through failure comes humility—and ultimately triumph.
Every 14 seconds, someone dies from one of the biggest healthcare issues in this country: addiction. America loses half-a-trillion dollars every year in lost wages, lost productivity, hospitalization, institutionalization, and incarceration due to the epidemic of addiction and the lives it destroys. In this speech, recovering alcoholic and speaker Laurie Dhue reveals how much drug and alcohol abuse is damaging this country and what can—and should—be done to battle this modern health crisis.