Kate brings her experiences as a preschool teacher, lifelong introvert, and anti-racism educator to her facilitation practice. Working in early childhood education taught her respect for the pace and nonlinearity of human development and the value of creating space for curiosity, exploration, and emotional risk-taking. Kate believes in following the lead of children in bringing critical clarity and radical imagination to dismantling adult-designed inequities. She partners with schools and educational leaders to explore how white racial identity impacts educators, students, and communities. Kate was born in Oregon and lives in Brooklyn, NY. She loves the ocean, dancing, and big rocks.