Caprice Herjavec is a daughter of business tycoon Robert Herjavec and Diane Plese. She studied at Havergal College before becoming a law student at Columbia University’s Barnard College and a member of Delta Gamma sorority. She graduated from Barnard’s in 2020.
Apart from studies, Caprice was a part of the Columbia women’s rowing team. She earned a silver medal at the Ivy League Championships and in 2019, she was a bronze medalist of the grand final of the varsity eight.
Being a student, Caprice Herjavec joined internship programs at law companies MG Miller Intellectual Property Law LLC and Forbes & Manhattan Group. Now, she is a journalist for Columbia Daily Spectator.
A curious fact: in 2012, Caprice became a Mayor of Toronto for twenty-four hours after Robert won Mayor for a Day privilege at Rob Ford’s Ball for the Arts.