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.
Ireland sets about recovering as 245,000 left without electricity and massive national damage is assessed.
Dublin priest says the “protection of human rights and the dignity of women and children is breaking down.”
Hiking across Ireland, one anxious step at a time, for Mental Health Ireland – Maysen Forbes is a woman on a mission.
Manhattan foreman, with roots in Kerry, was shot by disgruntled carpenter, on 37th floor of Manhattan construction site.
July 1st marchers chanted “The famine's over, why don't you go home?” outside a Catholic church.
Food Historian and Tenement Museum Educator will discuss what domestic life was like for immigrant families in 19th century New York.
From supersized hymn books to an early version of the Táin: Trinity College Dublin public lecture series and digitization project
Terrorists responsible for London Bridge attack had planned an attack in Ireland but decided to use the country to raise funds through crime.
Spectacular Irish dance videos advocate positive change, raise awareness of worthy causes and tell inspiring stories.
Irish New York family fight to raise awareness about syndrome which kills more than breast cancer, prostate cancer, and AIDS every year.