Dominic Carter is a captivating speaker who will leave your audience feeling empowered to overcome the odds and foster greatness in others. His presentation chronicles his triumphant struggle to overcome his Mother’s Mental Illness and his years of shocking childhood abuse. Dominic Carter, while growing up in a South Bronx, NY Housing Project, also spent his life hiding a painful childhood secret. From a childhood of sexual and physical abuse to a meaningful career attending social events at the white house and interviewing Nelson Mandela, Dominic recounts his tremendous highs and lows and how he survived to become the successful journalist that he is today.
Dominic Carter is a veteran news reporter and political commentator. Currently, Dominic works at RNN-TV and is also a writer for the Huffington Post. He has led discussions and debates with many high profile political people including, Hillary Clinton and Michael Bloomberg and has also appeared on television programs Face the Nation, Hardball with Chris Matthews, CNN, and the Fox News Channel.
Besides being a top TV political journalist in NYC for the last 30 years, Dominic speaks all throughout the country on the topics of Child Abuse, Foster Care, being the child of a Mental Ill parent, and motivating young people from Idaho, to Mississippi, Wisconsin, Florida and Canada. Dominic Carter has received the Samuel P. Peabody Award from the Citizens’ Committee for Children, for his vision, innovation and dedication to children and families. No Momma’s Boy, his memoir, was released to critical acclaim in which he recounts his childhood growing up with a paranoid schizophrenic mother. Newsday said, “No TV anchor has ever produced a memoir as grippingly honest as this.” Dominic Carter currently lives in New York.
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