Following the announcement that she was leaving The Real Housewives of New York City after Season 10, Carole Radziwill has shared that she has big plans. She first announced that she is "thrilled to work with the team at Verve..." and will work on several projects that are in development in the scripted, unscripted, digital and publishing spaces across multiple platforms, according to Deadline.
Now, Carole has revealed another part of her post-Housewives plan. The RHONY author took to Instagram to share that she will be giving a lecture at the University of Rhode Island Harrington School of Communication & Media. Carol wrote that she will be "discussing my 15 year journalism career, publishing and reality. Thinking I'll call it: 'From Real to Reality.' Real being real life news stories to reality entertainment TV show."
It's certainly a topic Carole is more than familiar with. As she referenced above, Carole previously worked at ABC News, beginning in 1988, and went on to work with Peter Jennings' documentary unit and the news magazine shows Primetime Live and 20/20, which would garner her three Emmy Awards, a Robert F. Kennedy Humanitarian Award, and a GLAAD Award. She later became a New York Times bestselling author for her memoir What Remains: A Memoir of Fate, Friendship and Love. She defended her career on the RHONY Season 10 reunion when she felt Bethenny Frankel was challenging her résumé; take a look at that clip above. And see what Carole has to say about her time on the show, below.