Kathryn "Kathy" F. Hubbard is a philanthropist, policy advocate and business leader.
Kathy is a cofounder of both The Policy Circle, a national nonpartisan organization that provides opportunities for women to be educated on public policy issues, and Bridges of Understanding, a not-for-profit organization focused on enhancing positive relations between the United States and Arab World. With a shared commitment to empower young people to engage with and across difference, Bridges merged into Soliya in 2017.
Kathy currently serves on the boards for Kenzie Academy, a cutting-edge tech apprenticeship and coding school located in Indianapolis; the American Federation of Children; and DePauw University, her alma mater and location of the Kathryn F. Hubbard Center for Student Engagement. In 2006, she was appointed by President George W. Bush to the J. William Fulbright Board.
In addition to her charitable and entrepreneurial work at E&A Companies, founded by her husband Allan Hubbard, Kathy has a long history of political involvement at all levels of government and in political campaigns.
Location: Indianapolis, IN | US