Dana Perino Height

It’s okay to have butterflies in your stomach, as long as you make them fly in formation.

American political commentator and author who served was the second female White House Press Secretary under President George W. Bush.

Dana Perino’s height is a matter of some interest because of how small she looks -- and make no mistake, she is small al right.

In the United States, the average women is around 5 feet 4 inches tall and Dana, by her own admission is "5 feet even" and "really short". Though she shouldn’t use the word short to describe herself, small is  much better.

The height of Dana Perino is

5” or 152.5 cm

Dana Perino standing with Tyrus
Dana Perino with Tyrus -- billed as 6 ft 7 in tall but looking a solid 6'10" here because the photograph angle.

Dana Perino is an emotionally intelligent person, as evident by some of her quotes:

Dana Perino on up-talking.

Once you break someone of the habit of up-talking, they can start to see immediate improvement in their careers.

Dana Perino on young people.

Young people really want you to give them a road map, and they will follow it to a tee. If you tell them, 'These are the eight steps you have to take to be successful,' they will do all eight very earnestly.

Dana Perino on women.

I respect all women who came before me to blaze trails into the workplace for us.

Dana Perino on civility.

Civility is a choice.

Dana Perino on forgiveness.

There is freedom in forgiveness, and it's not that hard to do once you get into the habit.

Dana Perino on on worrying.

I think a lot of women, especially ones that want to achieve career goals, tend to worry. I don't want anyone to worry their life away - time goes by so fast, and worry is really wasted time and energy.

Dana Perino on her great-grandmother.

My great-grandmother lived to be 100 years old, so I got to know her. She always sent us birthday cards that had $2 bills inside - we kept them for good luck.

Dana Perino on good governance.

Good governance, safety, a chance to grow economically and professionally - those are important things.

Dana Perino on choices.

I get a choice every time I have to open my mouth: that it can be with civility and dignity and grace - or not.

Dana Perino on conservatives.

Conservatives are charitable, forgiving, and are always - always - more willing to laugh at themselves.

Dana Perino on her conservatism.

Being a conservative has given me clarity; it's given me freedom - my mind is free; therefore, my heart is lighter. And that's a gift from God that I believe we have an obligation to share with others.

Dana Perino on sarcasm.

Sarcasm is like cheap wine - it leaves a terrible aftertaste.

Dana Perino on disagreement and heated arguments.

soon as voices are raised productivity is lost. Disagreeing for disagreement’s sake won’t get you very far. To win a heated argument, you have to keep your cool.

Dana Perino on her dad.

One time, on Marine One, the president asked me my opinion. I had a flashback to being at the kitchen table with my dad. That dominant male figure set me up for being confident to express myself with precision and persuasion.

Dana Perino on how to express yourself.

Say little. But when you speak, utter gentle words that touch the heart. Be truthful. Express kindness. Abstain from vanity. This is the way.