Most days, I'm reporting from the studio in New York which both my family and I like just fine.
Surprisingly, 'limiting' myself to being in New York has been anything but limiting. I give a lot of time and try to raise money and publicity for the Alzheimer's Association's Rita Hayworth Gala and the Girl Scout Council of New York City, on whose Board of Directors I sit. I was also the 2002 National Celebrity Spokesperson for the Mothers March of Dimes.
As you read in the Quotes section, I totally agree with Marian Wright Edleman's statement: "Service is the rent we pay for living." That's why I'm also on the Board of Directors for the Broadcasters' Foundation of America. This amazing group provides emergency funding for current and former broadcasters in need (radio, TV, etc.)
I am often invited to speak to audiences around the country about a variety of topics and I've started a new career as a children's author. "I Don't Want To Sleep Tonight" and "I Can Fly" are the first two books in the series.
Best of all, most nights I'm home with my kids for supper and bedtime. Most mornings, I'm in the car taking them to school.