Dominic Carter

On-Air Political Commentator, Media Production

Dominic Carter is a Political TV Political Commentator News. Dominic Carter speaks around the country on Foster Care, Child Abuse, Child Sexual Abuse, and Mental Illness.

Dominic Carter's Bio:

Traveling. That’s what TV Journalist and News Reporter Dominic Carter does frequently, and Dominic loves it. Dominic Carter travels either as a newsman on assignment or as a public speaker delivering speeches all across America, and Canada. Dominic Carter still remembers his first Flight as a 12-year old minor, flying out from New York City, to go live with relatives in the suburbs of Seattle Washington. It was quite an experience because up until that time, Dominic had only known his community, a little part of the world, the Bronx N.Y, and now he was flying some six hours away. It turned out to be quite the trip. Dominic Carter arrived at Sea-Tac Airport, which is still the name of the international airport in Seattle, more than 30 years later. He was so excited that Dominic and his family members grabbed the wrong suitcase. Who knew that the suitcases all look alike. They made the 30 to 40-minute drive all the way to Lynnwood Washington, and that’s when they discovered they had the wrong suitcase. Dominic’s uncle Lowell spared him, and went back to the airport alone to get the correct suitcase that was still sitting there with Dominic’s clothing in it. Since then Dominic Carter has traveled around the globe, and as a public speaker has delivered keynote addresses on topics of Mental Illness, Child Abuse, Child Sexual Abuse, and Foster Care in Wisconsin, Texas, Kansas, Kentucky, Indiana, Mississippi, Idaho, Michigan South Carolina, Georgia and several speeches in Canada. Dominic remembers well speaking before Foster Parent Associations in Wisconsin, and Foster & Kinship Parents in Michigan. Also in the Michigan audience were adoptive workers for the state. Add to this group, the Foster Parent Association of Ontario Canada, and Foster Parents for the League of Ontario. Dominic Carter’s book on his life titled “No Momma’s Boy,” was rated a book of the year by the National Alliance on Mental Illness, and required reading by CASA organizations throughout the country, like in Helena Montana. Dominic Carter also enjoyed traveling to the great state of Kansas. In Kansas Dominic addressed the KVC Foster Care organization. An address that was simulcast to Kentucky, Nebraska, and West Virginia. Returning to traveling, the longest flight of Dominic’s career was to the Persian Gulf when Dominic was assigned to go with the Rev. Jesse Jackson over a Thanksgiving. That took a total of close to 24 hours of flying. Stops included Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain. A close second in terms of what seems to take forever to arrive to via flying, was in Africa. Dominic flew there with the American military about a C130 Cargo large aircraft. That was not a very comfortable flight. Cars and tanks can be transported in C130’s, but there were no traditional seats, instead there was netting to sit on, and everyone was given earplugs to put in, because the engines were so loud. Dominic Carter is a Political Commentator in New York, and also works at WABC Radio also in New York as an on-air Talk Show Host. 770 AM. Dominic Carter has won numerous awards for his extensive journalism career. From being nominated for Emmys to many Award Accolades from the NYS Broadcasters Association.

Dominic Carter's Experience:

  • Journalist at RNN-TV/FIOS

    Daily Political Commentator for the "Richard French Show," seen live Monday through Friday in 5 States

Dominic Carter's Education:

  • Syracuse University

    Master's degree
  • State University of New York College at Cortland

    Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
    Concentration: Communication and Media Studies

Dominic Carter's Interests & Activities:

Politics, Covering the 2020 Election, Football, Public Speaking, Keynote Speaking, Writing, Political Commentating, Speaking on Child Sexual Abuse, Foster Care, and Mental Illness. Enjoying Life, and Nature's Beauty in states like Idaho, Wisconsin, and countries like Canada.