Katty Kay

is the Washington Correspondent for “BBC World News America.” Kay’s career with the BBC began in Zimbabwe, where she filed radio reports for the Africa Service of BBC World Service radio. Kay then went on to work as a BBC correspondent in London and later Tokyo. She settled in Washington in 1996, where she took some time out of broadcast journalism to join The New York Times Washington bureau before returning to the BBC as a freelance journalist in 2002. Kay is a contributor on “Meet the Press,” “Larry King Live,” and “The Chris Matthews Show,” and she is a regular guest host for Diane Rehm on NPR. Kay is the co-author, with Claire Shipman, of the best-selling Womenomics (Harper Business, 2009).

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