For as long as 20 years, Kellie Boyle has worked both autonomously and with top DC region organizations to guide a wide assortment of private, public, affiliation and non-benefit customers. Boyle skill has since been looked for by senior executives and public spokesmen for making speeches and introductions, planning for media interviews, and making online, print and video content.
Early Life & Education
A former Republican National Committee filed adviser Kellie Boyle grew up in the United States of America with her parents. She belongs to white ethnicity and holds an American ethnicity.
The 54-years-old Kellie graduated with a B.A. in public relations and political science from the University of Delaware.
For as long as 20 years, Boyle worked both autonomously and with top DC region organizations to guide a wide assortment of private, public, affiliation and non-benefit customers.
It was during the first decade of Boyle's profession as a communications consultant to political candidates and parties; she became capable of developing exact and powerful information to inspire target audiences.
Her skill has since been looked for by senior executives and public spokesmen for making speeches and introductions, planning for media interviews, and making online, print and video content.
She drove the state communications, and advocacy segment of the Centers for Disease Control's noteworthy "America Responds to AIDS" campaign.
Examples of different clients for whom she has given crisis communications counsel, online visibility administrations, and different communications support include Johnson Controls and PriceWaterhouseCoopers; the American Medical Association and United Fresh Produce; the Veterans Administration and the Small Business Administration; and The Conservation Fund and the American Red Cross.
Kellie accused Roger Ailes of harassment
Kellie claims her incident with Roger Ailes took place in 1989 when Boyle was 29. Her husband was working at CNBC, and he introduced her to Ailes. Kellie said she admired him and had read his book “You Are The Message."
Boyle met Ailes for the first time, and he invited her to meet him in Washington D.C., where she was going to sign a contract with the National Republican Congressional Committee. After they had dinner, Ailes insisted on taking her back to her friend’s place.
In the car, he told her, “You know if you want to play with the big boys, you have to lay with the big boys.” Boyle was surprised, and Ailes then listed other women he had sex with. She claimed that Roger told her that other men in politics follow this method and that she “might have to give oral sex every once in a while.”
The next day, Kellie was supposed to attend a meeting with Roger, but she did not go. Later, Ailes called her and offered to have sex with her again. She dropped, saying that she was married. Roger told her he would keep in touch, but she never heard from him again.
Kellie is a married woman. She tied the knot with Jim Boyle who is a business man. She is a very private person, so she kept a very low profile of her personal life. The couple is blessed with two children, but the duo has not revealed their children's name and date of birth. Currently, the couple is leading a very happy married life.
The business personality Kellie has a projected net worth of few million dollars. Her earning mostly came from her career as a field advisor.