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.
As the world looks skyward for the solar eclipse of August 21, 2017 we recall Ireland's 5,000 years of history with astronomy
Sometime the internet just gets things dead wrong. One Dubliner has her say.
Bones of those buried in mass graves prepared for reinternment at Court House cemetery.
Walking the Dingle Way reveals the magic of Ireland’s beauty on an Irish summer's day.
Trusted as a private family nurse, Jolly Jane was suspected of having poisoned up to 100 of her patients.
From an upper-class life on Merrion Square to the mental asylum and what if she had succeeded?
The amazing institution of the East Village of McSorley’s Old Ale House.
From the Kingdom to Compostela de Santiago – start collecting your pilgrim’s stamps in Ireland.
Bolstered by support from Irish American community, archaeological dig of Irish immigrants mass grave in PA to continue.
Ireland’s capital city Dublin can be heavenly cheap – as long as you know where to go!