We are thrilled to announce that journalist Diana Falzone, former Sirius XM talk show host and FoxNews.com reporter, is joining Bold Life as our new host.
Diana is a passionate supporter of our troops and an advocate for women’s health. As you can see in her online journey on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, Diana lives a full, rich life as an accomplished broadcaster. She’s a graduate of New School University and hosted for G4TV’s “Attack of the Show,” Fuse TV, Maxim TV, We TV, and E! Online.
“I love being a part of Bold Life because it encompasses so many important aspects of life; culture, human interest stories, parenting, health and beyond,” Diana said. “The conversations are not only intriguing but informative. The guests are a diverse array of impressive people who I always learn something from each show. Plus, it’s a lot of fun!”
Originally launched with Kirsten Haglund, former Bold Life anchor and Miss America, Bold Life features interviews with leading stars from Hollywood, Broadway and writers at major media brands like Good Housekeeping, Bustle, Essence and O, The Oprah Magazine. Our entire Bold Life community is committed to helping you live your boldest life.
“The headline segment is one of my favorites,” Diana said. “There’s lively discussion on what the news of the week is, and I enjoy hearing opinions from our pop culture panelists as well as the viewers. Additionally, our one-on-one segments ranging from authors, lawyers to celebrities are so enlightening. I enjoy learning how people came to find their success, and what advice they have for others to achieve their goals.”
We asked Diana what being bold means to her, and here’s what she told us: “Bold means stepping away from the crowd, and leading your life the way you choose with conviction, purpose and passion.”
Diana certainly follows that mantra, and we’re excited to share Diana’s bold voice and insights to help you live your boldest life! Join Diana each Friday at 12 noon ET on Bold’s Periscope and Facebook — see you there!
Carrie Sheffield is the founder of Bold. She is passionate about storytelling to empower and connect others. A founding POLITICO reporter, Carrie contributed on political economy at Forbes and wrote editorials for The Washington Times. After earning a master’s in public policy from Harvard University, she managed credit risk at Goldman Sachs and researched for American Enterprise Institute scholar Edward Conard. She earned a B.A. in communications at Brigham Young University and completed a Fulbright fellowship in Berlin.