“I believe in deliberate, purposeful, and positive action. I believe in disruption and reorganization in pursuit of a better world. I’m a designer, dreamer, teacher, believer, facilitator, leader, learner and catalyst of change.”
Kate received a BA from Dalhousie University, a MA in Human Systems Intervention from Concordia University, and is pursuing a PhD at Fielding Graduate University in Organizational Development and Change with a concentration in Media, Technology and Innovation. Her research interests are exploring the intersection of human behavior and technology (including the ethical implications and considerations of AI) for responsible and sustainable socio-technical system development.
A published author, her most recent contribution is the chapter entitled “The Future of Organization Development”, in Cases and Exercises in Organizational Development and Change, Second Edition, editor by Dr. Donald Anderson, published by SAGE in March 2017.
Kate’s practice is focused on helping democratize and humanize workplaces by introducing mindsets, principles and values that align with purposeful and positive impact. Her approach is rooted in theories of adult learning, complexity science, design thinking and organizational psychology.