Jeremy Scher Bio, Wiki
Jeremy Scher is best known for being the wife to Jedediah Bila, an American television host, author, and columnist. She is known for her time as a co-host on The View and as an anchor on the weekend edition of Fox & Friends.
On April 9, 2020, Bila in an Instagram post revealed that she and her husband were recovering from COVID-19. Bila was the first Fox employee to contract COVID-19.
Jeremy Scher Education
He is a graduate of Rice University with a Bachelor of Arts in Cognitive Science. He lists his Activities and Societies: Duncan College President, Leadership Rice Student Advisory Board, Orientation Week Coordinator, Rice Rugby Club as per his Linkedln.
Jeremy Scher Career
He is Manager, Strategic Planning & Business Development at Hachette Book Group. He previously worked as an Analyst, Corporate Strategy & Pricing at Hachette Book Group. Hachette Book Group is a leading trade publisher in the U.S., and a division of Hachette Livre, the third-largest trade and educational publisher in the world. Headquartered in New York, HBG also has major offices in Boston, MA, Lebanon, IN, Boulder, CO, Philadelphia, PA, Berkeley, CA, and Nashville, TN.
Scher first worked as a Management Consulting Analyst an organization called Accenture. The company helps the largest players in the television industry generate revenue from their ad-supported content through a robust technology platform for ad management and monetization, a private marketplace for premium television inventory, and advisory services.
Jeremy Scher and Jedediah Bila
Jeremy and Bila celebrated their marriage on February 17, 2018, after an eight-month engagement. The couple welcomed their first child, Hartley Scher (Hartley Luca Scher) who was born November 15th, 2019). Bila has stated that she is not a Democrat or a Republican and that she has a “strong libertarian streak.” She is a registered independent.
Jeremy Scher Coronavirus Test
On April 9, 2020, Bila confirmed her positive test in a social media post, saying she is “very much on the mend.” She also said her husband contracted the virus as well, but their son Hartley did not.
She said, “This is a crazy time in the world, full of so much anxiety and fear. I’ve learned so much this past week and done so much thinking. Know that I’m sending love, peace, and good energy from my family to yours. I’ll be sharing more in coming weeks. Thank you for your messages. I love and miss you all.”