Janet Parshall Biography
Janet Parshall is a renown radio host for the radio show, Market with Janet Parshall which broadcasts in Moody Radio, a network covering over 700 stations. In the program, she airs syndicate talks based on the Christian radio program. However, this show has replaced yet another version of her shows which aired on Saturdays. Most of her fans know this program; Taking it over.
Before joining Moody Radio, the superstar had yet hosted another nationally recognized syndicate program on Salem Radio Network for several years. She also hosted the 2004 documentary, George W. Bush: Faith in the White House. In addition, she has authored several books.
In 2005, President George W. Bush appointed Parshall to serve as a public delegate of the United States at the 49th Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women.
Parshall also worked as the host of the TV documentary series Speechless: Silencing the Christians. This is a program that aired on the Inspiration Network and other religious stations in 2008.
Similarly, she hosted a television program; Janet Parshall’s America on Family Net in 2004.
Parshall is a graduate of Carroll College (now Carroll University), in Waukesha, Wisconsin. She serves on the board of directors and served on the executive committee of the National Religious Broadcasters.
Parshall Birthday | Age
Janet was born on 4 May 1950 in Waukesha, Wisconsin, United States. She is 69 years old as of May 2019.
She is the daughter of Vince DiFrancesca, an American football player and coach, and Thora Margaret Paul.
She attended Carroll University.
Parshall is married to the Christian lawyer and best-selling fiction writer Craig Parshall.
Her kids include Sarah Parshall Perry and Samuel R. Parshall.
She works as a host for a nationally syndicated radio talk show known for the Christian program In the Market.