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Whitney Casey is a journalist who published her first book, "The Man Plan: Drive Men Wild... Not Away" in 2009. The book has been promoted on radio and print news.
After graduation she began a career in television journalism on a Fox affiliate. Casey worked for ABC News in New York as an anchor where she read newsbreaks and hosted and produced "Politics Live." While still working for ABC, she later wrote a column called "Whitticisms." After her time with ABC, she decided to serve as a correspondent at CBS in New York.
Her appearances include NBC’s Today Show, the CBS Early Show, CBS News, ABC News, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, ESPN, Extra, VH1 and MTV. She currently serves as a relationship expert on the nationally syndicated television show Better. Throughout her career, she has had the opportunity to interview George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, Steve Jobs, King Abdullah II, Tom Hanks, John Travolta, Roger Waters, Peyton Manning, Paris Hilton, and P. Diddy. She has also lectured at a number of colleges and universities across the US and now teaches courses in journalism at the Connecticut School of Broadcasting.
During her time as a journalist, she has covered many breaking news stories such as: the September 11th terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, the Space Shuttle Columbia tragedy, the crash of American Airlines Flight 587, Anthrax Investigations, Elian Gonzalez's custody battle, and Florida's 2000 Presidential Election recounts. She was also brought in to cover the Emmy, Grammy, and Tony Award shows.
In 2004, Casey was invited to lead a panel of the world's top media leaders in an international debate on media ethics. The debate was help in Monte Carlo. She also helped create the Forum of Young Global Leaders in Geneva, Switzerland. Casey attended the Forum's Arab Summit in Jordan where she was responsible for working closely with King Abdullah and Queen Rania.
As of 2009, she is associated with Match.com. She was married for 9 months in 1998 to Jason Sehorn.
Casey is now host and producer of "Great Day Houston" and writes a Sunday column for The Houston Chronicle.
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