Reah Bravo is an American corporate speech writer based in Europe. Bravo rose to prominence after publishing an expose, "The Open Secret of Charlie Rose" in the New York Review Of Books. Previously, she worked as the associate producer for the Charlie Rose Show.
Personal Life And Activities
While she was completing her Master's at Columbia University she got a job as an intern for the Charlie Rose Show in 2007.  She struggled to make ends meet during her unpaid internship, accruing credit card debt and eating free cereal in the Bloomberg food court.  She was eventually offered a side gig by Rose to help him around his house in Bellport. 
She was paid $2,500/week plus all expenses for food, movies etc. 
In The Media
"The Open Secret of Charlie Rose" Essay
On May 4th, 2018, Bravo released an essay that she published in the New York Review Of Books titled, "The Open Secret of Charlie Rose".  The essay is an expose of the sexual advances made by Rose during her time as an intern and later as the associate producer at the show.  The essay was published just a day after the Washington Post released their second expose of the Rose scandal related to his sexual harassment to nearly 27 women. 
Bravo writes the following in the essay:
"During my time working for Rose, there were many who indicated knowledge of his treatment of women. I heard Upper East Side salesclerks gossiping about it; professors in my graduate program discussed it more or less explicitly; one of the show’s regular guests gave two of my female colleagues a wink and a thinly-veiled hint about his behavior by way of warning... 
He asked me to join him in looking at the moonlight, clutching me from behind as I did. He would call me late at night to berate me over the phone for my benighted background report on Bill Clinton or Sergei Lavrov or whichever upcoming interview was causing him anxiety, and he would call me at sunrise to tell me that he, breathing heavily, was thinking about me. The man who had enthusiastically interviewed Gloria Steinem some ten times would introduce me to his airport driver, not as someone who had helped prepare him for the lucrative speaking engagement from which he was returning, but as a table dancer he’d picked up the night before. He would get on top of me in an airplane, grope me in cars, and emerge naked in my presence..." 
In the essay, Bravo also mentions how her experience has made her learn about men in the media who damage their reputation and other people's work with their terrible actions - Rose being a prime example.