First Black woman to star on Real Housewives of New York
Lawyer, TV Anchor and Host
Eboni was raised by a single mother, so she grew up knowing how to be strong. She graduated from the University of North Carolina with a BA in Communications and African Studies, and received her J.D. degree from Loyola University, during which time she clerked for the Louisiana Secretary of State
and the Louisiana Attorney General’s Office and assisted the New Orleans City Council in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. And that was just the beginning…
While providing legal counsel in family law and civil litigation in her private practice, Eboni K. Williams became a correspondent for CBS News and a contributor for Fox News, with appearances on Hannity and The O’Reilly Factor. “Let me be clear,” said the host of State of the Culture on Revolt TV. “I did not walk into Fox News to be comfortable. I walked in there to disrupt.” In October 2020, she joined the 13th season of Real Housewives of New York City, becoming the first African American cast member of one of reality TV’s hottest shows. All this to say, that wherever Eboni does, she gets attention. www.ebonywilliamsworld.com
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