The Student Advisory Committee (SAC) leads Harvard undergraduates in planning and executing IOP programs and projects. It seeks to engage a diverse group of students and helps shape a long-term vision for the Institute.
Kathryn is a resident of Adams House and a Social Studies concentrator, focusing on American Civil Liberties Jurisprudence. Before being elected President, Kathryn previously chaired the Policy Program and has been a member of the HPU, HPOP, WIL, STEAM, and SAC. Politically, Kathryn is captivated by education reform, participatory democracy, and civic technology. When not at the IOP, Kathryn served as the Director of Logistics for Harvard Ventures’ premier innovation conference, a Peer Concentration Advisor, the Social Studies representative to the Student Advisory Board to the Social Sciences, a member of Native Americans at Harvard College, and a research assistant for acting Harvard Kennedy School Dean Archon Fung and Professor David King. Originally from San Diego, she has also worked for U.S. Senator Feinstein, California Senator Wyland, and Agora, a civic technology startup. In her free time, Kathryn is an avid consumer of all things caffeinated or satirical.