Kathleen Murat Williams

Kathleen Murat Williams was born in Washington D.C., to a career foreign service officer and a master fresco painter and former OSS spy. The family lived in Switzerland, Israel and El Salvador before returning to her father’s native Virginia in 1964. One of the first female undergraduates to enter UVA following court-mandated coeducation, Kitty is married to fellow alumnus Robin Lind. While raising two children, she worked at newspapers in Virginia and Mississippi, and helped Richmond author Anne Freeman research her history of Hunton & Williams. Later, during a break between working at Hunton & Williams and McGuireWoods, she and Robin wrote books about the then newly trendy internet. She has been a member of St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Goochland, VA, since the early 1980s. Now retired, Kitty is throwing pots.