Cathy Areu | Srivideo
Born/Date of Birth: 1971
Place of Birth: Summit, New Jersey, United States
Alma mater: Florida State University (BA), Nova Southeastern University (MS)
Home town: Miami, Florida
Cathy Areu is an American journalist, author, and former educator who worked as a news analyst at Fox News.
Early life and education
Areu was born in Summit, New Jersey and raised in Miami, the daughter of Cuban immigrants. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in English literature from Florida State University in 1992, and a master of science degree in English education from Nova Southeastern University. She worked as a teacher in Florida was also certified to teach in New Jersey.
From 2001 to 2012, Areu conducted interviews for the Washington Post's "First Person Singular" column, including with Laura Bush, Al Franken, Alberto Gonzales, Nancy Pelosi and Al Sharpton. She contributed to Latina Style in 2001; she also contributed to People magazine and USA Weekend. In 2001 she founded Catalina, a magazine aimed at Hispanic women. Her book, Latino Wisdom, a collection of stories about America's best-known Hispanic figures, was published by Barricade Books in 2006.
Areu has appeared on Fox News's Tucker Carlson Tonight (in a recurring 2018 segment as the "Liberal Sherpa"), The O'Reilly Factor, and The Sean Hannity Show ; Prime News and Showbiz Tonight on HLN; AC360 and Campbell Brown on CNN; and MSNBC's The Daily Rundown.
Fox News lawsuit
In July 2020, Areu and former Fox Business associate producer Jennifer Eckhart sued Fox News and some of its prominent contributors. The suit states that Areu was sexually harassed by men at Fox News, including prime time hosts Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson, and journalist Howard Kurtz.
She has two daughters. They contracted COVID-19 during the pandemic.
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