I'm Katie Welch — an emerging professional and community advocate based in San Francisco with an unrelenting energy for data-influenced strategy.
Over the past few years, I’ve gained diverse and valuable experience in program production and communications after earning a double-major undergraduate degree with honors and dedicating hundreds of hours to community service and leadership initiatives.
I’m committed to shaping gender equity, economic empowerment, accessible health care and education and am more excited than ever to pursue new opportunities, make connections and expand my knowledge and experience in research, program leadership and evaluation.
Here you can explore more about my experiences and perspectives as well as reach out to connect with me about new opportunities and ideas. Enjoy!
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
"Katie impressed me at my very first meeting with her as thorough, insightful, diligent and a great team player. Upon spending more time with her it only became evident that she is highly organized, motivated and has incredible work ethic. She was a pleasure to work with and would be a great asset to any team!"
- Anita Ramachandran, Co-Founder and Former President at South Asian Women's Empowerment and Resource Alliance
"[Katie] is very detail oriented, efficient and self-directed - all great qualities for a team member in a small and busy office."
-Nancy Ellis, Former Executive Director at Wordstock
"[Katie] is completely reliable, has excellent communication skills, and brings enthusiasm to any assignment. I was impressed by Katie's interest in learning about the organization beyond her specific tasks, and her willingness to help out whenever and wherever needed. Katie is a joy to work with, and would be an asset to any organization."
- Penny Campbell, Former Administration and Contracts Staff at Oregon Bach Festival
"In my experience working with Katie, she is constantly striving to improve her skills which shows in her work."
- Kat Kirkpatrick, Transcriber at Portland Community College
"Katie put a lot of documentation/record retention systems in place by undertaking continuous independent research. [She] is an excellent organizer, very sincere, has high integrity and ethics and a good team player. [She] embraces diversity and has a very mature perspective on life. [She] is always open to new ideas and takes guidance very positively. [She] has ability to work independently and with a very little supervision and instructions"
- Pramila Paranjape, Former Executive Director at South Asian Women's Empowerment and Resource Alliance