She also anchors the show ‘What Matters, which focusses on crucial issues associated with African American community. She’s at present with Al Jazeera America. She’s also a powerful supporter for womens rights and has interviewed distinguished girls personas like Mary J. Blige, Chaka Khan, and Janet Jackson. She was born and brought up in Houston region and was the only child to her parents. She did her education in a all-girls catholic school. She’s a powerful supporter for women and girls. She does precious work with organizations like Men Stopping Violence and Girl Scouts. She’s an enthusiastic football supporter. Richelle Carey began her career in journalism as associate producer at KPRC TV in Houston. She also worked at KWTX TV as military reporter in Waco, Texas. She also served for a while as morning news anchor at KETK TV in Tyler, Texas, and KVVU TV in Vegas. She subsequently switched to KMOV to anchor various news shows there. She joined HLN, the sister station of CNN in the year 2003. She leave HLN in 2013 and joined Al Jazeera America. Carey won the Emmy Award for coverage consumer characteristics, while working at KMOV. She also won the Emerging Journalist prize from Houston Association of Black Journalists. She’d done some crucial duties like covering Fort Hood in Texas. She remained for a week in Bosnia and did a complete report on the work of the soldiers. She says that whenever she covers narratives on abused and helpless women, it changes her deeply and she’s taken up advocacy journalism to prevent such injustices against women and girls. She’s also emceed many events for MSV and began recommending just after the occurrence of the assault of Rihanna by Chris Brown. She consistently supports the development of strong relationship between women and men.