Katie (she/her) is a Manager of Learning and Tools for the Center for Behavior & the Environment where she develops tools, resources, and trainings on Behavior-Centered Design. Katie has a passion for developing inclusive and engaging learning experiences for global audiences interested in environmental behavior change and human well-being. Prior to joining Rare, she earned an M.S. from the University of Michigan’s School for Environment and Sustainability with concentrations in Behavior, Education, and Communication as well as Environmental Justice. She also holds a B.A. from Dartmouth College in Anthropology and Environmental Studies. Prior to Rare, Katie helped design and support undergraduate and graduate courses, worked with the Aspen Institute and the Donella Meadows Institute, and served as a research consultant for a chapter of The Nature Conservancy.
Katie likes to cook and bake plant-rich dishes for friends and family with hopes to show how tasty a meatless life can be. She can also be found campaigning against hard cookies, because great cookies = soft cookies.