learning and development, diversity, equity, inclusion, belonging, and cultural competency.

Kate Powers

Kate Powers has worked in curriculum design and delivery, data collection & analysis, and strategic planning initiatives since 2011. Her experience includes research, design, development, and delivery of learning and development opportunities, particularly in the areas of diversity, equity, inclusion, belonging, and cultural competency.

Most recently, Kate was Director of Content for Jennifer Brown Consulting. In this role, Kate worked with a variety of clients across financial, tech, pharmaceutical, consumer, and non-profit arenas to cultivate more inclusive workplaces through needs assessments, feedback sessions, and data analysis to develop content for trainings, coach executives, facilitate executive off-sites & webinars, and create toolkits. She also helped write a series of white papers for the organization.

Kate has also been a Visiting Assistant Professor at Carleton College, Drew University, SUNY Purchase, and the Juilliard School.

Kate holds a Master of Arts with Distinction from the Shakespeare Institute at the University of Birmingham as well as a Master of Fine Arts Summa Cum Laude from the University of Idaho, with an emphasis on social justice and liberatory praxis. She received a bachelor’s degree with Honors from Trinity College. She is the founder of the Redeeming Time Project, and is a facilitator with Rehabilitation Through the Arts.