Kate Daniels Kurz is the founder and Director of The WIP. Her vision is of a world where women and men value and embrace the feminine perspective for global problem solving. Katharine believes that it is through women that solutions to issues from the gravest human rights injustices to the severest effects of climate change, war, and poverty can be found.
Katharine earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Liberal Studies from Sarah Lawrence College and her Masters Degree in Applied Linguistics from Columbia University. She has studied at The Monterey Institute of International Studies, Forrester Instituto Internacional in San Jose, Costa Rica, La Casa Xalteva Educational and Humanitarian Center in Granada, Nicaragua, and the I.L.E.E. Spanish Language School in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Katharine is a Certified Caring Economy Conversation Leader by the Center for Partnership Studies and a graduate of The Global Women's Leadership Network's Women Leaders For The World program at Santa Clara University's Leavey School of Business.