If you've been paying attention, you already know I’m Kate, the writer and multimedia marketer interested in telling stories.
Over time, this belief developed into a passion and a drive to do whatever it takes - both inside and outside the workplace - to make these stories known.
In my free time, I design, market and sell hand-knit items in my online store, “Mini Fiber Studio”, and host DIY workshops to promote self-starters and creative expression.
In the workplace, I am a wearer of many hats, serving as part researcher, traffic coordinator, graphic designer and administrative support for WWCI. I work to accurately execute media buys to support clients’ marketing goals and WWCI programming initiatives, while striving to tell the clients’ stories in a creative and engaging way.
I was the editorial and social media intern for Citygram Magazine, a former marketing operations analyst at Tribune Publishing, and have spent the last two years as a sales assistant and sales traffic coordinator at Window to the World Communications, Inc.
Some of the things I am interested in writing about and promoting are local business, history, culture, American-made brands, food, crafts, and textiles.
Outside of my work I enjoy hosting friends and family for dinners, fishing, practicing yoga and taking part in the knitting revolution. Yes, it’s a real thing.