What Women Voters Want: Katty Kay’s BBC Series
WHAT'S ON THE MINDS OF WOMEN VOTERS?
Women voters are crucial. That's the word KATTY KAY has been hearing as she is covering the Republican convention in Cleveland for the BBC this week. She’ll also be at the Democratic convention in Philadelphia next week. She'll likely hear the same there. In the run-up to the conventions, Katty has been talking extensively with women voters -- looking to understand how they're feeling about the candidates.
NEW BBC SERIES - WHAT WOMEN WANT (IN THE WHITE HOUSE)
As a tie-in to convention coverage, Katty just completed a five-part series for BBC broadcast called “What Women Want (in the White House)”. The question is an important one for both parties. Women voters have determined the outcome of the last five presidential elections. They will likely do the same in 2016. Katty’s reporting explores what women are feeling, who they’re supporting and why. Her findings regarding what women want most in the White House may well surprise you and the candidates themselves.
SPEAKING ON POLITICS & WASHINGTON
Katty Kay has lived in the U.S. and covered Washington politics since the late 1990s. As a Brit living in Washington, her perspective is unique compared to what American journalists might see. Her global experience - growing up in the Middle East and working as a journalist in Japan, U.K. and South Africa - give her a distinctly different way of looking at American politics and policy. Audiences find that perspective - and her warmth and wit - positively refreshing. And as you might imagine, in addition to American politics, Katty can also provide a global update for audiences that want it: Turkey, North Korea, Middle East, China, the future of the European Union & Brexit, and much more.
To learn more about Katty's speaking, check out her video library on YouTube. And also please follow Katty on Twitter at @KattyKayBBC.
About Tony D'Amelio
Tony has spent his career putting talented people and audiences together, first in the music business and later representing the world's leading speakers. After concluding 27 years as Executive Vice President of the Washington Speakers Bureau, Tony launched D'Amelio Network, a boutique firm that manages the speaking activities of a select group of experts on business, management, politics and current events. Clients include: Mike Abrashoff, Geoff Colvin, Katty Kay, Polly LaBarre, Vikram Mansharamani, David Meerman Scott, Bill Taylor, Bill Walton, and Bob Woodward.