About

Kate

Kate received a B.A. in History with Honors in International Security from Stanford University in 2021. She recently completed her thesis on cyber security and governance in the Middle East and will continue this research next year through a Fulbright grant to receive a M.A. in Conflict Research, Management and Resolution at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. A native Texan, Kate lived in the United Kingdom throughout high school before moving to Jordan on a gap year prior to attending Stanford. A passionate linguist, Kate has achieved advanced proficiency in Arabic, Spanish and French and is currently studying Russian and Hebrew. While at university, Kate was the deputy lead research assistant to former National Security Advisor Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster and pursued opportunities for public service through an internship at the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence. Kate is currently living in New York and interning at the Permanent Mission of the United Arab Emirates to the United Nations. She’s looking forward to her upcoming move to Jerusalem.

Three words to describe me...

Resilient
Determined
Reflective

I prefer to teach in a

student-led

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, or

style.

How I spend my free time

community service