Kate has served as a board member of Peace House since 2017. Trained in Morris County, NJ, she has been a domestic violence advocate for the past 20 years. She joined the Jersey Battered Women’s Service to work in the Morris County courthouse. While working in New Jersey, Kate was awarded the Dailey Point of Light Award for May 11, 2006. When she moved to Washington, DC, she started an advocacy program for the nonprofit organization DC Volunteer Lawyers Project. The DC Coalition 2013 named her Advocate of the Year. During the global COVID-19 pandemic, she has worked with hundreds of domestic violence victims remotely.
Originally from Ithaca, NY, Kate has lived up and down the Northeast coast until her most recent move to Park City for her husband Joe's job at Extra Space Storage in SLC. She also volunteers her time at the Peace House emergency shelter as an advocate. Kate and Joe love the mountain life. They are passionate about skiing, hiking, and golfing, and they love sharing it all with their three adult children.