Kate is a journalist, editor, and mom to five adopted and biological children. As a reporter, Kate’s work has appeared in local and regional publications, as well as the New York Times, and she is an active member of the Editorial Freelancers Association. She has previously worked as a Courts Manager, improving police, fire, EMS and court-related coverage, and as an academic and business editor for clientele such as university staff, professors, students, and corporate managers. Additionally, Kate has a chapter published in the book, ‘Boy Moms: Collective Tales of Mothers and Sons’ and currently serves as the President of the Powell County Literacy Program, which gives free tuition to adults and out-of-school young people to help improve their basic skills, attain the HiSET, and boost their employability.
Background and Experience
- BA, Print Journalism, University of Montana School of Journalism
FamilyEducation Area of Expertise
Kate specializes in breaking news and parenting trends for Family Education.