Movies for Mental Health Facilitator
Kate is a collaborative educator, non-profit leader, and storyteller who has worked in higher education, served as Executive Director for a leading Native American rights organization, and played leadership roles in the fields of social justice, social entrepreneurship, and social services for more than fifteen years. A PhD in American Studies, she created and led a collaborative oral history project called San Francisco Seniors Remember, working with Meals on Wheels of San Francisco, the University of San Francisco’s English Department and Leo T. McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good, StoryCorps, and California Humanities. She was co-founder and director of Storefront Institute, a public arts and humanities organization that offers public discussion-based programs on everyday life issues and well-being.
Kate has worked with students as a teacher, coach, project manager, and leadership development mentor, and has personal experience with mind-body mental health challenges as well as immediate family members’ schizophrenia, panic attacks, and depression. She’s thrilled to marry her experience in facilitation and education to her interest in mental health and wellness in her work with Art with Impact.Back to Our People