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Eboni K. Williams is a lawyer, political commentator, news contributor, and radio presenter from the United States. Eboni has made a name for herself as an attorney and a TV personality despite coming from a low-income African-American background and being reared by a single mother. She graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a BA in Communications and African-American studies and Loyola University New Orleans College of Law with a law degree. She got internship experience working as a clerk for the Louisiana Secretary of State and the Louisiana Attorney General’s office. During this period, she also aided New Orleans council members in the aftermath of ‘Hurricane Katrina.’ She worked as a legal counsel in civil litigation and family law for the next few years before going into private practice. She then went on to work as a freelance broadcaster for several media sites, including NFL Network, CNN, Fox News Channel, and HLN, to name a few. She remained an ABC News correspondent, a Fox News contributor, and a co-host on different media platforms. She currently co-hosts a noon to 3 p.m. discussion show on ‘WABC Radio’ and is a permanent co-host of the ‘Fox News Specialists’ show.

Childhood and Adolescence

Eboni K. Williams was born in North Carolina, United States, on September 9, 1988. She is an African-American national of the United States.

Her self-employed single mother, who was very concerned about her upbringing and education, reared her. She received a BA in Communications and African-American studies from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, a public research university.

She then enrolled at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, a private law school, to pursue a career as an attorney, and graduated with a Juris Doctor degree.

She worked as a clerk for the Louisiana Secretary of State while studying law. She also spent six months as a law clerk in the Louisiana Attorney General’s office.

After one of the strongest tropical cyclones, ‘Hurricane Katrina,’ devastated the US gulf coast in August 2005, she aided New Orleans city council members.

Career of Eboni Williams

She worked as a summer associate at the legal firm McCraine Sistrunk Anzelmo Hardy Maxwell & McDaniel PC for four months.
Following that, she worked as a teaching assistant at Loyola University College of Law. Her duties included assisting Professors and students during classroom instructions, as well as checking and providing grades to various writing assignments.

In 2008, she became a lawyer specializing in civil litigation and family law. She worked for the Mecklenburg County Public Defender Office from April 2008 to May 2009, where she counseled poor clients during District Court proceedings. She was in charge of roughly 200 case files and conducted client interviews both in jail and in the office.

She began working at The Law Offices of James D. Williams Jr. in May 2009, where she was responsible for the firm’s District Court and Traffic Court practice.

In 2010, Eboni returned to private practice. Her legal career saw her represent a variety of clients in a variety of matters, including rape, sex crime, drugs, homicide, and federal violations.

Starting in 2011, she worked as a freelance broadcaster for the following three years, attempting to break into various media channels. As an on-air talent, she appeared on CNN, Fox News Channel, The Oprah Winfrey Network, and HLN, among other American television networks.

She worked as a correspondent for ABC News, the news division of the American Broadcasting Company. She worked as a legal analyst, social commentator, political strategist, host, and co-host on many media platforms over time.
She also remained a Political and Legal Contributor for Fox News Program, a Fox Entertainment Group-owned American basic cable and satellite TV news channel.

She appeared on shows like ‘The O’Reilly Factor,’ ‘Hannity,’ and ‘The Kelly File’ during her time on ‘Fox News Channel,’ providing commentary on the day’s top headlines as well as political and legal analysis across all of Fox News’s programs.

Between 2013 and 2016, she participated in 12 episodes of the conservative TV show ‘Hannity’ and 17 episodes of the TV news and talk show ‘The O’Reilly Factor.’ From 2016 to 2017, she appeared in 23 episodes of the daytime news and conversation show ‘Outnumbered’ as a guest co-hostess.

Meanwhile, she worked as a CBS News correspondent for a spell beginning in September 2014.
Her book, ‘Pretty Powerful: Appearance, Substance, and Success,’ was released on November 8, 2016.

After Bill O’Reilly was fired from ‘Fox News,’ a new American news and chat show called ‘Fox News Specialists’ debuted on the Fox News Channel to replace the talk show news program ‘The Five.’

Along with Eric Bolling and Katherine Timpf, Eboni became a permanent co-host of ‘Fox News Specialists.’ The first episode of the show aired on May 1, 2017.

She replaced Ron Kuby as a co-host of a noon to 3 p.m. discussion show on ‘WABC Radio,’ a New York City radio station, on June 5, 2017.

Personal History and Legacy

Coming from a low-income family and raised by a single mother, Eboni believes her mother saw and believed in her potential and played an important part in her development. She expresses her appreciation for her mother’s unwavering support and compassion for her.

There is very little information about her personal life and her relationships available. However, she is rumored to have dated her childhood friend Gray Sandy, and the two have been seen together numerous times, according to some sources.

Estimated net worth

Eboni K. Williams has a net worth of $3 million. Eboni K. Williams is an American attorney and television host. She made history as the first African-American cast member of The Real Housewives of New York City.