Bonnie Erbé Biography, Age, Family, Husband and Net Worth


Bonnie Erbé Biography

Bonnie Erbé is an American journalist and television host based in the Washington, D.C., area. She is well known to have covered national politics since 1975.

Bonnie Erbé Age

Bonnie was born on 2nd of April 1954 in, New York, New York, United States, she is 64 years old as of 2019.

Bonnie Erbé Family | Young

There is no information about his family and how he was raised up. Bonnie has not shared any information about his parents and with their occupation, he has also not shared any information him having siblings or elder brothers and sisters.

Bonnie Erbé Husband | Married

Bonnie is married to attorney Stephen Leckar, She has not shared much information about her personal love life, She has also not shared any information about him having dated before.

Bonnie Erbé Education

Erbé got enrolled and later earned a B.A. from Barnard College, an MSJ from Columbia University School of Journalism and a J.D. from Georgetown University Law School.

Bonnie Erbé Career |

Erbe’ began her career as the only woman-owned news analysis program on national and international TV. The program brings thoughtful, intelligent analysis to a multi-platform audience (TV, WiFi, Web, Twitter) and covers issues not covered in depth by any other show on TV. The program’s purview is all issues affecting women, families, communities of color and the LGBT community.

To the Contrary is a refuge from the high-decibel arguments on cable news as well as from the very slow discussions one normally sees on public television. Our panelists are heads of national women’s groups, members of Congress and well-known journalists. They are extremely well-informed and passionate about their issues.

During March & April of 2012 they devoted much time to the Republican War on Women (especially low-income women & women of color) and the need to elect more women to public office. Other issues we’ve covered include but are not limited to: LGBT equality, access to health care for under-served communities, women in politics, America’s trend toward majority-minority, paid parental leave, ending violence against women including ending sex and domestic labor trafficking, and the list goes on and on.

The program got completed its 20th season on PBS and airs in 91 percent of US TV markets on PBS stations, as well as in seventy-five countries overseas on VOA TV. The show is balanced politically as well as racially and has, since its inception, booked at least two panelists of color (out of four) if not more, on each show.

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We are extremely proud of our record of giving women a national platform for expressing diverse views on serious public policy issues. We, for example, were the first to put on national TV such women as Shelby Knox, Patricia Sosa, Melissa Harris-Perry, Michelle Bernard, Susan Au Allen, Avis Jones-DeWeever (now President of the National Council of Negro Women) and Gwen Ifill (who was in one of our PBS pilots, years before she landed her first TV job at NBC News.)

We have received e-mails from girls telling us we inspired them to pursue careers in medicine, engineering and finance. We are proud, too, of our record of covering women’s issues way ahead of other mainstream media outlets. We produced coverage a decade-and-a-half ago of women in philanthropy. We were the first to report that women controlled more than half the wealth in the United States. TIME Magazine wrote a story about our finding. In social media, our Twitter feed has been rated “Influential” (top .5%) by Topsy.

The show has won every conceivable broadcast journalism award given for the types of stories we cover. We have won multiple Gracie (from the Alliance for Women in Media) and Women in Communications, as well as EMMA awards (those from the National Women’s Political Caucus.) We won an honorable mention from GLAAD for a series we produced on Lesbians in Ministry. We won the Outstanding Media Award from the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill for coverage of de-stigmatizing mental illness. We won the Conference Board Award for coverage of the work-life juggle on To the Contrary and in an hour-long PBS documentary we produced on that topic. And the list goes on. Please visit our website where show videos are now streamed online. Donations may be tied to any topics affecting underserved women. We appreciate you time for reading this entry.

Bonnie Erbé Net Worth

Bonnie estimated net worth is under review, there is no information about his net worth or salary but she is said to have been earning a huge salary from his work.

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