Eboni Williams Biography
Television personality Eboni Williams is an attorney and is widely known as the co-host of the Fox News Channel's show Fox News Specialists. She is a native American who was brought up by a self-employed single mother. Regarding her ethnicity, Williams is African-American. Williams received her B.A in Communication and African-American studies at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.
Eboni K. William's academic background started as she joined Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, from where she achieved the degree of Juris Doctor.
As a law student, Williams was involved with the Louisiana Secretary of State and Louisiana Attorney General office. Williams, in her position as a clerk, was among the helping hands to the New Orleans council members in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
William was a public defender who provided legal counsel in Family Law and Civil Litigation, during 2008. Williams also served as a representative for the clients in homicide, sex crime, rape, federal offense cases and drug. She then went on to become the co-host for the Fox News Channel afternoon show, Fox News Specialists along with Eric Bolling and Katherine Timpf.
Fox News Specialists show was canceled on September 8, 2017, following Eric Bolling's departure from the show after he was accused of sexual harassment. However the show is no more, Eboni is still associated with the Fox News Channel.
The journalist also became an author with the launch of her book on September 12, 2017, with Viva Editions titled PRETTY POWERFUL.
Talking about her personal life, Williams was allegedly dating her childhood friend Gray Sanday and also often spotted in public places as well. But both denied the rumor and clarify their relation as good friendship.
News commentator Williams has not revealed the exact figure of her net worth and salary on social media. However, looking towards her lavish and Luxurious life she must hold over a million dollars.
Born in United States OF America.
Eboni Williams was born on September 9, 1988, in Carolina, the USA to her parents, she was raised by a single mother and grew up with her siblings.Edit
Legal Council to Family Law
In the following year, being a law student, Willliam provided legal counsel in Family Law and civil litigation. She also served as a public defender in Mecklenburg.Edit
Left Public Defender
Williams left public defender and returned to private practice and started to represent clients in homicide, sex crime, federal offense cases, drug and rape cases etc.Edit