Katherine has worked for the Family Solutions Collaborative since 2019. In her role, she oversees the Family Coordinated Entry System to ensure that the Access Points and Housing Providers are receiving the support they need as they provide services to families experiencing homelessness or at-risk of experiencing homelessness. She manages a team of four that all work to support the Collaborative on System-wide level.
She received a Master’s Degree in Nonprofit Leadership and Management from Arizona State University and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Liberal Arts and Social and Behavioral Sciences from Soka University of America. In 2020, Katherine was recognized as an Unsung Hero of the Year by United to End Homelessness.
Katherine enjoys working with the FSC’s collaborative members and being able to make an impact on a community-wide level by ensuring that the system of family homelessness is accessible to families in need.