Katherine specializes in news features; historical fiction; profiles of people and places; professional communications; essays and academic writing; and more.
Katherine is interested in language and literature, marketing, all aspects of art, science and medicine, travel and tourism, and sports.
Covering education - including special activities, standardized testing, the district budgeting process, Title IX, capital improvement projects, school board elections and more - has been a part of Katherine's job as a general assignment reporter and freelance writer for nearly four years.
While Katherine has not been given a lot of opportunity to write health, science and medical stories during her three years as a general assignment reporter, they are topics she cares deeply about. She has taken initiative to seek out angles to write about this topics as they pertain to the local communities she serves as a reporter. She also has created an abundance of health-related content, including blog posts and Web pages, for her clients on WriterAccess.
Katherine has written numerous stories dealing with science, environment and conservation for several newspapers and magazines during the past three years.
Katherine developed a love for politics and policymaking during high school. She spent a few years as a policy debater in college, where she cultivated research, critical thinking and presentation skills. Since then, she has written about politics, foreign policy, elections and related topics for blogs, newspapers and other publications.
Katherine has written for numerous publications, from newspapers to magazines, as a professional for about six years. She excels at creating accurate, colorful content on a deadline and can write using a variety of styles.
Katherine has worked on a couple different blogs throughout the years. She has maintained a personal blog and also contributed to several blogs as a writer.
Katherine is in the process of writing a book but she has not published any to date. For her book in-progress, she is researching the "White Rose" movement, founded by several college students to resist Nazi genocidal policies, for her historical novel.