Katherine is a third-year law student at Stanford Law School. She graduated from Occidental College in 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in Diplomacy and World Affairs. Before starting law school, she worked at various anti-human trafficking nonprofits including a shelter in Sacramento, California, and Polaris and Free the Slaves in Washington, D.C. Katherine co-founded Stanford’s first club addressing gendered violence and successfully lobbied for the addition of a class exclusively about human trafficking law to be added to Stanford’s curriculum. It will debut in Winter 2019. She spent the summer following her first year of law school handling criminal appeals at the California Attorney General’s office and her second summer at the Santa Clara District Attorney’s Office handling misdemeanor and felony matters. She plans to become a prosecutor.