Kathryn specializes in land use, urban planning and real estate development. Kathryn researches city codes, planning trends, state legislation, and attends local meetings to stay up to date with all aspects of the industry. Kathryn works with clients to file various applications within Los Angeles City and County, including variance applications, urban lot splits, conditional use permits, and more. Kathryn is also knowledgeable in the environmental side of planning and land use, including CEQA, environmental impact reports, hazard mitigation and coastal policy.
Kathryn previously served under Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers, where Kathryn helped with the formation of the Governor’s Committee on Climate Change, as well as assisting in staffing hundreds of other committees. Kathryn also has experience working on local campaigns in Southern California. Kathryn previously worked in Human Relations at her undergraduate university.
Kathryn attends the University of Southern California, where Kathryn is earning a Master of Urban Planning with a specialty in Environmental Planning. Kathryn earned her bachelor’s at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Political Science and Environmental studies.