Why Kathy?

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Kathy began her career working as an education reporter with the Tampa Tribune in Tampa, Florida. She has worked as a television journalist in Washington, D.C., Miami and Gainesville, Florida; Birmingham and Mobile Alabama; and Kansas City, Missouri. Her investigative reporting has landed her in handcuffs, and she has interviewed some of the country’s most powerful leaders including President George H.W. Bush and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. She also covered the capture of Olympic Park Bomber Eric Robert Rudolph for MSNBC.

Times also worked as an adjunct journalism professor at Jackson State University. She is proud to be the recipient of the 2008 Distinguished Alumnus Award presented by the Florida A&M University School of Journalism and Graphic Communication.

Kathy serves on several boards, including the advisory boards of Politic365.com and the American Diabetes Association in Jackson. She is a member of the public service sorority, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated and recently joined distinguished leaders on the cover of the “Who’s Who in Black Mississippi Inaugural Edition.”

 She enjoys traveling in the U.S. and abroad and has visited Mediterranean countries in Europe and West Africa. Kathy joined a delegation of African-American leaders who traveled to Senegal in 2010 for the country’s 50th year of Independence. This year, she will travel to and report from the Middle East.