Katherine supports Aquaya’s water quality monitoring and safe water management research by helping to manage program activities in Uganda. Prior to joining Aquaya, she worked on water supply projects with a focus on groundwater development and point source infrastructure. As a Peace Corps Volunteer, she helped to assess and improve non-piped water supply access in urban and rural communities of Northern Uganda. Additionally, as a Master’s student, she evaluated a low-cost technology (handpump) appropriate for accessing shallow groundwater.
Katherine has a MS degree in Engineering Science (Environmental Engineering concentration) from the University of South Florida and a BS degree in Geology from the College of Charleston.