A variety of media outlets including Time, the New York Times and Bio offer updated information on Monica Lewinsky. Lewinsky offered updated personal information in 2014 and 2015 through a variety of interviews that the media widely reported on.
In a first-person article written for Vanity Fair in 2014, Lewinsky described her personal struggle during the past decade and her re-emergence as a confident women's advocate. Monica Lewinsky maintains a public Twitter profile as of November 2015. She regularly posts personal updates to her Twitter account describes herself as a social activist and public speaker on Twitter as of November 2015.
In 2006, Lewinsky earned a masters degree from the London School of Economics. She travels between Los Angeles and New York City and gives speeches regarding the concept of Internet shaming and the issue of women's empowerment. Lewinsky also gave a TED talk on the subject of cyber bullying.
In 2002, Lewinsky took part in an HBO special titled "Monica in Black and White." For the special, Lewinsky answered personal questions, according to Bio. The New York Times describes the Monica Lewinsky of 2015 as cautious but funny and self-deprecating. After reading her article in Vanity Fair, television personalities David Letterman and Bill Maher both expressed remorse for comments they made about Lewinsky in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Lewinsky continues to lack an obvious source of income and does not discuss her finances. She recently spoke publicly about difficulties finding work after finishing college according to the New York Times.