“I am honored to be part of an organization with both a humanistic and holistic approach to ending poverty. Having spent years on the research end of poverty amelioration, it is very rewarding to work directly on our most pressing social issue.”
Katherin worked for many years studying the reach and effectiveness of policies that support low-income working families. While at the Urban Institute and the Center for Policy Research, her research was cited to help support the expansion of paid leave, the minimum wage, and the Earned Income Tax Credit. She has a PhD in Social Science and a Master’s Degree in Economics from Syracuse University.