Kathy graduated from Lebanon College with a bachelor’s degree in Sociology. She worked as an Academic Department Coordinator in Anthropology and Sociology for Franklin & Marshall College for 18 years, before “retiring” a few years ago.
“I want to reengage with an educational community,” Kathy says. With a passion for education, she is excited to be back in an environment that focuses on different ways of teaching and learning.
Outside of POGIL, Kathy is a master gardener and serves as president of the Horn Farm Center for Agricultural Education. With a passion for regenerative agriculture, she focuses on different ways to mitigate climate change.