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Katherine Woodard

2021 ESJ Fellow


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Katherine (Kat) Woodard (SFS’22) was an undergraduate student in the School of Foreign Service, where she majored in culture and politics. As a Music City native, Kat has sought out ways to bring the creative culture of Nashville to the Hilltop. On campus, Kat works in the Maker Hub and serves as chair of Georgetown’s Media Board. Over the course of Kat’s undergraduate experience, she has made a home for herself in the Student Advocacy Office, where she helps students navigate Georgetown’s adjudication process. Kat’s academic passion for comparative religion brought her to Georgetown, but her involvement in the Georgetown Opportunities for Leadership Development program has made the Hilltop feel most like home. In her free time, Kat designs and writes for Georgetown’s intersectional feminist magazine, enjoys long-distance running (rather slowly), and researches new methods for interfaith dialogue. She was also a 2021 Education and Social Justice Fellow.

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