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Kate Hardock

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Kate is a human experience research intern at Perkins & Will, working to integrate public health findings into our built environments. Her scientific passion was ignited through her undergraduate education in geology and has remained aflame in her evolving career at the intersection of environmental science, health, and justice. Kate first became involved in Science Club for Girls in 2017 when she ran the Boston Marathon and raised funds for SCFG. Afterwards, she began mentoring with SCFG at the King Open school and then virtually through the COVID-19 pandemic.  The girls and gender-expansive youth Kate had the privilege of mentoring inspire her to be a fierce advocate for diversity, equity, and inclusion in every STEM sphere she occupies. Kate recently graduated with her Master of Science from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, with research focused on the quality and healthfulness of K-12 grade school infrastructure. Kate received a B.A. cum laude in Geology and Geography from Colgate University.

Kate Hardock
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