Kate is the Executive Director for Saha Global. Since 2005, Kate has worked extensively on water improvement projects around the globe, including in Nicaragua, Cameroon and Ghana. She earned a Master’s of Science in Technology and Policy in 2009 from MIT, where her research was focused on the sustained use of water treatment technologies in Northern Region Ghana. She holds a Bachelor’s in Science from the University of Virginia’s School of Engineering and Applied Science. Kate is passionate about finding simple yet effective solutions to complex problems. She loves running marathons, the island of Nantucket and her German shepherd, Paisley. She currently splits her time between Ghana and her hometown of Boston, MA.