Cathy Areu

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Cathy Areu is a Cuban-American news analyst. As of 2018 she is the "Liberal Sherpa" on Fox News's Tucker Carlson Tonight.[1] Areu is the author of Latino Wisdom (2006).

Education[edit]

Areu obtained her B.A. in English literature from Florida State University in 1992, and a master's degree in English education from Nova Southeastern University, also in Florida.[2] She became a tenured teacher in Florida and gained certification as a teacher in New Jersey.[3]

Career and personal life[edit]

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.[4][5] 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.[6][5] Her book, Latino Wisdom, a collection of stories about America's best-known Hispanic figures, was published by Barricade Books in 2006.[7]

Areu has appeared on various political talk shows, including Fox News's The O'Reilly Factor, The Sean Hannity Show and Tucker Carlson Tonight; Prime News and Showbiz Tonight on HLN; AC360 and Campbell Brown on CNN; and MSNBC's The Daily Rundown.[8] As of 2018 she is the "Liberal Sherpa" on Tucker Carlson Tonight.[1] She has two daughters.[9]

Publications[edit]

  • (2006). Latino Wisdom: Celebrity Stories of Hope, Inspiration, and Success to Recharge Your Mind, Body, and Soul. Fort Lee, N.J.: Barricade Books. ISBN 1-569-80309-9

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "The Liberal Sherpa". Fox News. Archived from the original on 18 October 2018.
  2. ^ Clemons, Emily (5 March 2017). "Journalist and FSU alumna Cathy Areu to visit campus". FSU News.
  3. ^ "New Jersey teacher tells first-graders Santa is not real". Hannity. Fox News. 3 December 2018. See interview with Cathy Areu at 00:01:12 and 00:03:40.
  4. ^ For example, Areu, Cathy (11 March 2001). "Alberto R. Gonzales – White House Counsel, Washington". The Washington Post.
    Areu, Cathy (10 March 2002). "Laura Bush – First Lady, Washington". The Washington Post.
    Areu, Cathy (16 May 2004). "The Rev. Al Sharpton – former Democratic presidential candidate". The Washington Post.
    Areu, Cathy (27 August 2006). "A Conversation With Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), House Minority Leader". The Washington Post.

    Areu, Cathy (19 September 2012). "First Person Singular: Rosie Rios, 47, Potomac, U.S. Treasurer". The Washington Post.

  5. ^ a b Alexander, Andrew (4 July 2010). "Post policies fuel reader confusion on when writers can offer opinion". The Washington Post.
  6. ^ Jones, Sabrina (16 February 2004). "Magazines Chase Latina Readers". The Washington Post.
  7. ^ Areu, Cathy (2006). Latino Wisdom: Celebrity Stories of Hope, Inspiration, and Success to Recharge Your Mind, Body, and Soul. Fort Lee, NJ: Barricade Books. ISBN 1-569-80309-9. OCLC 65198026.
  8. ^ "Cathy Areu". Collaborative Agency Group. Retrieved 4 June 2018.
  9. ^ Areu, Cathy (28 September 2016). "I just wanted my kids to share my politics; turns out, I was doing it wrong". TODAY.