Maybe you’ve heard her on BBC Radio via the Internet, when she’s filled in for Diane Rehm on National Public Radio or seen her as a pundit on one of TV’s political talk shows. No matter, British journalist Katty Kay has a growing American fan base.
Kay is coming to town next week as part of the Woman’s City Club of Greater Cincinnati’s “National Speaker Forum.” She will give a talk entitled, “Washington from a Different Angle,” focusing on how she views U.S. politics as a foreign reporter.
As the BBC Washington correspondent, her reports also appear on the BBC America cable TV network.
Along with Claire Shipman, Kay has co-authored Womenomics: Write Your Own Rules for Success, which is described as showing “the significant value of women’s management style in today’s workplace.”
Kay’s speech will be given at 7:30 p.m., March 11, at the Millennium Hotel, 150 W. Fifth St., downtown.
Tickets are $25 or $125 for the lecture and a private reception afterward. Call 513-751-0100 or visit the club’s Web site for more information.
Woman’s City Club is a non-profit group that offers programs to educate and encourage citizens to become active in civic affairs. The club promotes diversity and inclusiveness, and collaborates with other community groups to work toward shared goals.