Katrice Hardy is the executive editor at The Dallas Morning News and previously worked at the USA Today Network, Indianapolis Star, The Greenville News and the Virginian-Pilot. She studied at LSU after graduating from University High Lab School -LSU. Hailing from Baton Rouge, actually Port Allen, she’s an award-winning journalist who has led several newsrooms as they achieved numerous accolades. A consummate professional with the highest ethical standards, Katrice is smart, intuitive and visionary. A wife and mother, Katrice is a past board member of the Associated Press Media Editors and a member of the National Association of Black Journalists, where she was a former president of the Hampton Roads, VA chapter. She served on the board of the South Carolina Press Association and was a graduate of Furman University’s Diversity Leadership Institute for senior leaders. Katrice is a history maker. She is Black History! She is OUR history!
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