Welcome, everyone. My name is Betty Anne Williams. Like all of you, I’m a friend of Kay Mills. Also like you, I’m stunned and still trapped in a state of near-disbelief that we’ve lost such a great friend. Kay was the personification of vitality and an important player in the world of news and media that we care about so deeply. I work for a non-profit now — the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies. But I first got to know Kay when both of us were reporters here in Washington, her hometown, before she moved on to the... read more
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