B.A., Government and Political Theory, Patrick Henry College, 2007
M.A., Bioethics, New York University, 2012
Areas of Research/Interest:
Reproductive ethics, future persons, free markets and human organs.
Katherine grew up in the “other New York” – rural upstate – where she studied ballet & piano, was homeschooled, and served with her father on medical mission trips. After studying philosophy and politics in college, she served as Resident Director for Women at her alma mater and taught history, rhetoric, and political philosophy at a high school in NY. She currently coaches debate at The King’s College, studies Bioethics at NYU, and enjoys an occasional game of Scrabble.
Elected by undergraduate class to give “Charge to the Graduates” at Commencement First place in the student Research Symposium; presented senior thesis, 2007 Second place in student Research Symposium, 2006 Patrick Henry College Debate Scholarship Applegate/Jackson/Parks Future Teacher Scholarship, essay contest
“Liberty’s Inconclusive Foundations?” (with Graham Walker). Review of Politics, Winter 2008.