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TWU Alumna Kathy Williams
To Visit Pioneer School
DENTON — A
Texas Woman’s University alumna will return to the Denton
campus on April 13 for storytime with students of the university’s
Kathy Williams, vice
president and news director for KRIV-FOX 26 in Houston, will read
“Everybody has a Daddy,” the first in a series of books
designed to build self-esteem in children growing up in households
headed by single mothers. Williams, who co-wrote the book with her
sister, Vicki, will give copies of the book to the 48 children living
in Mary Hufford Hall, a family housing residence hall on TWU’s
Denton campus. The sisters also are working with the Red Cross to
donate the books to children whose fathers were killed in Iraq.
The series will be released
through Self-Esteem Adventures.
Williams will read to
the children at 10 a.m. in the Pioneer School’s Rainbow Room.
The school is located at 1900 Cherrywood Drive, north of the TWU
golf course. Williams will sign copies of the book from 11:30 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m. at the TWU Bookstore, located in the Student Center
at Bell Avenue and Administration Drive.
Williams earned her bachelor
of science degree from TWU in 1981. She got her first full-time
television news job as a junior at TWU when she served as the weekend
anchor and reporter throughout her summer internship at KTBC in
Working her way from
news anchor to management-level positions at various news stations,
Williams earned two Emmy Awards while leading two different newsrooms
in Cleveland before returning to Texas.
Williams serves on the
TWU Foundation Board and the Association for the Advancement of
Mexican Americans board of directors.
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