Economic Justice Policy Advocate
As Economic Justice Policy Advocate, Kate works to develop and advance model policies and best practices to empower and enhance the economic well-being of survivors. Kate supports FUTURES goal of economic empowerment for survivors by tracking and influencing national and state legislation and policies involving economic opportunity and security, addressing the intersections of economic justice, child care, and anti-poverty, and educating stakeholders on the workplace, economic, and prevention needs of survivors. Kate is a graduate of the University of Mary Washington and the University of Richmond School of Law. She has previous experience on the Senate HELP Committee, as an Associate Attorney focusing on personal injury and employment, and a policy counsel for state civil justice issues. In her spare time, Kate enjoys eating her way through DC, watching copious amounts of Bravo TV, and reading anything and everything.