While Kate was born in Vancouver, she spent most of her life in Switzerland and California before returning to Canada to pursue her undergraduate degree. She completed her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at the University of British Columbia, where she developed a strong foundation in research methods and data analysis.
While at UBC, Kate became interested in the application of behavioural frameworks across a variety of disciplines ranging from sustainability to urban planning. Her interest in research was first sparked through a behavioral economics survey she conducted for the SEEDS Sustainability Program at UBC. Through various research-based projects, Kate learned to identify key insights and trends in data sets, as well as synthesize complicated information into engaging reports and presentations.
As an Analyst at Sentis, Kate’s role involves report development, project management, and assisting in survey design.
Prior to joining the team in 2022, Kate worked at a clinical consultation practice supporting social service non-profits and health authorities throughout the Lower Mainland.
Outside of work, Kate can typically be found skiing or walking her dog Skye in the North Shore Mountains. She’s also an avid consumer of cappuccinos and books.