Caroline Heldman, a political pundit and professor served as contributor for Fox News from 2008 to 2011. She testified that she was subjected to sexual harassment and gender discrimination by three Fox News employees Eric Bolling, Woody Fraser and Bill O’Reilly.
She appeared in TED talk in 2014. The main motive for TED talk is to define sexual objectification, debunk the notion that it is empowering, and provide tips for surviving the objectification society.
Caroline Heldman Worked As Contributor For Fox News
Caroline Heldman served as Contributor for For News from 2008 to 2011. During three tenure, Heldman revealed that she was subjected to sexual harassment and gender discrimination by three Fox News employees Eric Bolling, Woody Fraser and Bill O’Reilly.
— Dr. Caroline Heldman (@carolineheldman) November 12, 2022
On April 2017, she filed a complaint against Bill O’Reilly quoting, “The first time I met him,One of the first thing that came out of his mouth was “When I was in college, teachers didn’t look like you.”
Later, Heldman also revealed that she was the victim of sexual harassment by Woody Fraser and Eric Bolling. As a result, many people protested on social media and supported in the favor of her.
Her Biography Details
Caroline Heldman was born on November 19, 1972 in United States. She grew up with her five siblings Sarah, Clare, Joy, Christian, and Kathleen.
Heldman obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Washington State University in 1993, graduating “summa cum laude” (those who graduated “with the greatest distinction”). Later, she joined Rutgers University in 1993.
Many thanks to the @scholarsnstory and @DrYaldaUhls for organizing an incredible conference on young people and mental health. It was an honor interview Kiki, Bill, Ashanti, and Justin about masculinity, media, and mental health. pic.twitter.com/dvV8oPOEC1
— Dr. Caroline Heldman (@carolineheldman) October 2, 2022
She garduated with a Master’s degree in political sciences in 1998. Rutgers University awarded Caroline a doctorate in political science in 2002. During her PHD, she got chances to work as an adjunct professor at Rutgers University.
Follow Her On Twitter And Linkedin
Caroline Heldman is available on Twitter at @carolineheldman. She has a verified public account with 12.1k followers and 3273 followings.
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— Dr. Caroline Heldman (@carolineheldman) July 1, 2022
The professor and executive director at The Representation Project goes by the name @Caroline Heldman on Linkedin.