Addressed the Virginia Festival of the Book, where she will do a program for the Women’s Center and be a Guest of Honor at the Celebrate Women’s Writer Program.
23–Was interviewed on the MSNBC Morning Joe program.
18–Was interviewed on NPR’s National program, To The Point, hosted by Warren Olney. The interview starts at 45:53.
18–Was interviewed on the CBS News Radio Program, Weekend Roundup, hosted by Dan Raviv.
10–Spoke about veteran unemployment and promoted her new paperback and e-book on CBS Early Show.
9–Spoke at West Point and did a book signing.
27-30–Spoke at the Aspen Security Forum.
20–Spoke at the Army War College.
Dozier was the commencement speaker at Stevenson University, in Stevenson, MD, to the class of 2011. Stevenson awarded Dozier an honorary doctorate in 2008. Read the story in the Baltimore Sun.
A trio of war-tested AP journalists, led by Washington counterintelligence reporter Kim Dozier, offered their personal tales of working in the heat of combat during an onstage discussion after the Jan. 18 performance of Broadway’s “TIME STANDS STILL.” The Pulitzer Prize-winning drama is about a photojournalist — played by Laura Linney, now home wounded from her last assignment, in Iraq – and addresses thorny questions about the role of journalists when confronting misery up close in pursuit of news. In addition to Linney, “TIME STANDS STILL” stars Brian d’Arcy James, Eric Bogosian and Christina Ricci.
Dozier emceed the Veteran’s Day service at the National World War II Memorial, in honor of women veterans who served in WWII, from the Red Cross overseas, to Rosy-the-riveters like her mom, back home.
Dozier joined The Washington Post’s Bob Woodward and CSIS’s Anthony Cordesman as part of the Bob Schieffer series on Oct. 28th for a discussion of U.S. policy in Afghanistan.
CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier, seriously injured in Iraq in 2006, is once again running the Team Fisher House 10K as part of the Marine Corps Marathon later this month. And this year, she’s doing it in honor of CBS Radio News correspondent Cami McCormick, herself injured in Afghanistan in August. Fisher House is a place for families of injured troops to stay while their loved ones recover. Dozier’s family stayed there when she was injured. McCormick’s family is there now. 97.5 cents of every dollar donated to Fisher House goes directly toward program expenses. It’s regarded as one of the most efficiently run charities. According to Dozier’s donation page CBS Corp. CEO Les Moonves and Julie Chen have donated an “eye-popping” $5,000. Click here if you’d like to help. http://www.active.com/donate/FisherHouse2009MCM/KDozier2. The race is Sunday, Oct. 25. Dozier is the pre-race pasta dinner speaker the night before.