Carol Randolph
Carol Randolph, a lawyer by profession and training, entered the television industry as co-host for Washington, DC’s morning talk show, Harambee. With no previous media experience, she excelled for over 17 years. She acted as an extension for the community by asking tough insightful questions from the famous and not so famous. Carol’s interviews included Senator Ted Kennedy, comedian Richard Pryor, former first ladies Roselyn Carter and Nancy Reagan, musical genius Stevie Wonder and many more. In 1986, Ms. Randolph left television.

In 1987, Ms. Randolph joined the literary firm of Goldfarb, Singer & Ross, which subsequently became the firm Goldfarb, Kaufman & O’Toole, specializing in representation of authors and clients in television. Ms. Randolph was the managing with firm from 1988 to 1991. During this time, Ms. Randolph also wrote a bi-weekly column, "Metropolitan Life" for the Washington Times.

Presently, she is the general counsel for New African Visions, Inc., the non-profit organization responsible for editing, Songs of My People. Currently, she also serves as an anchorwoman on Court TV, (Click here to see Carols' exclusive Court TV biography) where she analyzes live and taped trials for the millions of Court TV viewers. Carol brings a great deal of experience in "agenting", particularly in the publishing world to the Akin & Randolph Agency.

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