As IKEM’s Non-profit Development Coordinator, Kate manages fundraising initiatives at IKEM. She also writes and edits content for marketing materials and certain projects, including EQT: The Gender Equality Toolkit for Working Women and Friends. At the University of Greifswald, she led a course on persuasive messaging for environmental justice and translated texts on environmental law, including Ökonomische Analyse des öffentlichen Rechts, by IKEM Director Michael Rodi.
Kate is originally from the US and holds a Bachelor of Arts in German Studies from Haverford College and a master’s degree in Sociology from the University of California, Davis. She is also the recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship and the co-founder of an award-winning NGO for at-risk teenagers in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Outside of her work for IKEM, Kate provides volunteer translation services for the arts initiative Stolpersteine.