Katherine serves as Managing Editor and leads the Center’s Questions for a Resilient Future. She received her BA in anthropology with minors in environmental studies and global health, culture, and society from Emory University, where she worked with Dr. Peter Brown. Before joining the Center, Katherine worked for Yale University’s Human Relations Area Files. She holds an editing certificate from the University of Chicago.
Katherine believes that words are one of the most basic elements of worldview. Her work as Managing Editor is guided by attention to the ethics of editing at every layer of the publication process. She is co-editor of a book (forthcoming) on the practices of a good ancestor. Her experience as a Lebanese American informs her work as an editor and writer. In her writing, Katherine focuses on the intersection of human and nature’s health and wellbeing. When not at her desk, Katherine shares her passion for movement and women's health as a Pilates instructor.
CONTRIBUTIONS TO HUMANS & NATURE:
Articles in Minding Nature:
- You Belong to the Land: A Conversation with Karen Washington and Leah Penniman
- Valuing Vulnerability
- Time to Love
City Creatures Blog Posts:
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