Katherine Seelye

  • Spring 2003

KATHARINE (KIT) Q. SEELYE is a Washington-based political reporter for The New York Times. She is known nationally as a first rate journalist and her articles appear regularly on the front page of The Times. Ms. Seelye has covered the White House, Capitol Hill, and the environment for The New York Times and was "on the bus'' covering the last three presidential campaigns (Bill Clinton in 1992, Bob Dole in 1996 and Al Gore in 2000).

Before joining The Times, she was a political reporter for The Philadelphia Inquirer and covered the statehouse in Albany, N.Y. She received her Bachelors degree from Lake Forest College, M.S. in Journalism from Columbia University, and a fellowship from Columbia to work with The Associated Press in East Africa. Find out more about Ms. Seelye's study group.