Whitney Casey
American journalist
Whitney Casey
Whitney Casey is a journalist who published her first book, "The Man Plan: Drive Men Wild... Not Away" in 2009. The book has been promoted on radio and print news. Initially a student at University of Southern California, she transferred to University of Virginia. After graduation she began a career in television journalism on a Fox affiliate. Her appearances include NBC’s Today Show, the CBS Early Show, CBS News, ABC News, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, ESPN, Extra, VH1 and MTV.
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Match.com Survey Says Only 6% Of Single People Are Unhappy - YourTango
Google News - over 5 years
I spoke with Match.com relationship expert Whitney Casey about the survey, and tried to find out exactly why it seems that women can swing the single thing much easier than men:ad20751e300x100A "Women are good at interpersonal relationships and aren't
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Economy changes attitudes about dating - Columbia Daily Tribune
Google News - over 5 years
Although it seems like the opposite would be true, when the economy crashed in 2008, the online dating site Match.com had its best quarter, said Match.com relationship expert Whitney Casey. “To have your best quarter in the worst economic times I think
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Staten Island gets the big kiss-off in Match.com poll of New Yorkers - SILive.com
Google News - over 5 years
"The ferry ride may only be 25 minutes, but New York singles are looking for love and convenience," said Whitney Casey, relationship expert for Match.com. "New Yorkers know that shlepping across boroughs can deter even the most lovestruck person
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Looking for love in the later years - Vancouver Sun
Google News - over 5 years
"It's almost like your ability to decipher whether someone is right or wrong for you is microwaved," says Whitney Casey, author of The Man Plan (Penguin-Perigree). "An advantage of having a little age under your belt is a better sense of yourself and
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Attitudes about dating changing in this dour economy - San Jose Mercury News
Google News - over 5 years
Although it seems like the opposite would be true, when the economy crashed in 2008, the online dating site Match.com had its best quarter, says Match.com relationship expert Whitney Casey. "To have your best quarter in the worst economic times I think
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GOOD COMPANY; Small Oven, Big Table and Cozy Seating for 16
NYTimes - about 13 years
ONE might expect a hostess giving a dinner party for 16 without a caterer to be at least slightly harried in the face of her guests' imminent arrival, especially if most of them were members of that jaded club known as the fashion industry, a crowd that typically scores high on the difficult-to-please meter. But a few minutes before a dinner two
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Style & Entertaining; Modern Man
NYTimes - almost 14 years
In theory, Eric Villency is not someone you really want to like. He is tall, dark and handsome. At the tender age of 28, he is the president of Maurice Villency Inc., the furniture retailing business founded by his grandfather in 1932. He lives in a minimalist-chic downtown loft, sparsely furnished with stylish items from said company. And this
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FOOTBALL; Sehorn Still Searching for Himself
NYTimes - about 17 years
On videotape, Jason Sehorn has watched the Giants' No. 31 play this season, watched him be beaten to the football by opposing receivers, watched him chase receivers from behind, watched him, out of control, barge into a receiver -- a yellow flag soon flying into the frame. ''That's not me,'' Sehorn has said to himself as he watched. ''I wouldn't be
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PRO FOOTBALL; After a Breakup, Sehorn Comes Back Alone
NYTimes - over 17 years
When the Giants' training camp practices would end last season, Jason Sehorn, who appeared on the threshold of a breakthrough season, would usually leave the field hand-in-hand with his wife of six months, Whitney. They had met seven years earlier, as each was getting an ankle taped in an athletic training room at the University of Southern
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PRO FOOTBALL; Sehorn's Work Ethic, and Sensitivity, All Began at Home
NYTimes - over 19 years
Jason Sehorn never minded the duct tape that held his shoes together from month to month in grammar school. ''My mom would get a little black marker and color over the tape,'' Sehorn said. ''No one knew.'' He did not mind the one-bedroom apartment in the barrio of downtown Sacramento, Calif., a home with only one interior door. ''On the bathroom,''
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Schools Are Newest Arenas For Sex-Harassment Issues
NYTimes - almost 25 years
The vulgar writing in the bathroom stall was a daily humiliation for Katy Lyle, a form of illegal sexual harassment that the people in charge ignored despite a year and a half of complaints. And so the young woman took legal action, filing charges with the state, preparing for a trial and finally reaching a settlement that clarified sexual
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Whitney Casey
    THIRTIES
  • 2009
    As of 2009, she is associated with Match.com.
    More Details Hide Details She was married to Jason Sehorn. Casey is now host and producer of "Great Day Houston" and writes a Sunday column for The Houston Chronicle. Casey won an Emmy Award as a television personality.
  • 2000
    During her time as a journalist, she has covered many breaking news stories such as: the September 11th terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, the Space Shuttle Columbia tragedy, the crash of American Airlines Flight 587, Anthrax Investigations, Elian Gonzalez's custody battle, and Florida's 2000 Presidential Election recounts.
    More Details Hide Details She was also brought in to cover the Emmy, Grammy, and Tony Award shows. In 2004, Casey was invited to lead a panel of the world's top media leaders in an international debate on media ethics. The debate was help in Monte Carlo. She also helped create the Forum of Young Global Leaders in Geneva, Switzerland. Casey attended the Forum's Arab Summit in Jordan where she was responsible for working closely with King Abdullah and Queen Rania.
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