Kate Hickey joined the IrishCentral as Editor in 2010 while living in New York. She is IrishCentral's Managing Editor and Irish Correspondent, based out of Dublin.
She moved to New York having worked in various online and print publications following on from her MA in Journalism. Throughout her career in Ireland and in New York, Kate worked on publications such as The Irish Independent, The Irish Times, and New York Arts among others. Kate has also worked as a Spokeperson for the Irish Lobby for Immigration Reform and as a European Tour Manager for Education First.
Kate now lives in her hometown, Dublin City, where she is responsible for sourcing, commissioning and managing content of the site.
Damage to two large Neolithic tombs brought generations of dark tales to Hill just outside Dublin city.
The world’s longest exhibition, spreading the word as far as Oz and taking in the wonder of Ireland’s west coast.
From an upper-class life on Merrion Square to the mental asylum and what if she had succeeded?
How history, oral tradition and literature can remind us of Ireland's great tradition of food.
Monsignor John O’Keefe (71) will never serve as a priest again. Lawyers believe children are still at risk as Archdiocese clam up.
The amazing institution of the East Village of McSorley’s Old Ale House.
James P. O’Neill praises bravery and courage of NYPD officers as suspect arrested after shootout in New Jersey.
Photographer Donal Moloney ticked attending the striking event off his bucket list.
Two young filmmakers press record on their hometown and hope to inspire with their beautiful short.
On average the Irish receive 0.15% of green cards, there’s virtually no legal way to immigrate to the US.