- B.S. Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, IDS Social Sciences, 2007
- M.A. Candidate, University of Denver, Josef Korbel School of International Studies, International Studies, 2015
Katherine Hill graduated from Michigan State University in 2007 with a B.S. in Interdisciplinary Health Studies, with a cognate in Anthropology and a certificate in Bioethics and Humanities. As an undergraduate student, she spent a semester at Lady Irwin College, Delhi University as well as completing an internship in the rural Himalayas with an NGO providing horizontal community health care. She served as a committee chair of MSU’s Women’s Initiative for Leadership Development, a campus-wide endeavor to engage university women in leadership roles. After graduating, she re-located to South Korea where she served as an ESL instructor for several years before accepting a position as a University Relations Advisor with ProWorld Service Corps, working to bring together US universities and NGOs from communities in 14 countries to meet self-determined development goals in health care, education, environmental conservation, and sustainable development. She also served as the Education Abroad Advisor for the Michigan Association of International Educators, working to prepare university students in Michigan for a role in the global community, as well as promote the retention of international students in the state of Michigan.
Katherine enrolled in the Korbel School of International Studies in 2013 and began work at the Pardee Center in June of 2013.