Top Black Women of Daytime TV
Robin Roberts has served as an anchor on ABC’s “Good Morning America” since 2005 and continues to lead the show to top ratings.
But Roberts has also shed light on bone marrow disease after being diagnosed with myelodysplastic syndrome in 2012. Her perseverance has served as an inspiration for those dealing with health challenges.
Roberts gives back by supporting charities such as Stand Up To Cancer, City of Hope, True Colors Fund, Be The Match, and United Cerebral Palsy.
Wendy Williams has gone from be’ing a brash radio DJ in New York to having one of the top talks shows in daytime television.
Along with having a top-rated show, Williams has also been a strong advocate for the AIDS charity, GMHC.
Whoopi Goldberg has been a staple in the entertainment industry for over 30 years. Since 2007, she has served as the moderator on “The View.” In 2009, she won a Daytime Emmy Award.
Goldberg has given back to a multitude of charities, including AIDS LIFE, Exploring The Arts, Peace Over Violence, Human Rights Campaign and the American Humane Association.