Following completion of her B.S. in Chemistry at the University of Illinois - Chicago, Kathleen worked in industry as an engineer and research chemist prior to attending graduate school. After completing her Ph.D. in oceanography (geochemistry) at Oregon State University, she worked for the Navy as a civilian scientist (oceanographer). Kathleen also completed a J.D. degree at Willamette University College of Law. She taught marine science and coastal management full time at Elizabeth City State University in North Carolina. She has been the Corporate Treasurer of Applied Research in Environmental Sciences Nonprofit, Inc. for the past 6 years, also teaching earth science and oceanography courses as an adjunct at a community college until a few years ago. Her interests are in coastal management, both regulatory, policy, and scientific aspects, and near-shore processes affecting coastal erosion. She is the author or co-author of several published papers.
Organization: Applied Research in Environmental Sciences Nonprofit, Inc.
Historical Ecology for Risk Management 2014