Infosys Foundation USA
Kate is currently the Executive Director of the Infosys Foundation USA, the philanthropic arm of the global technology consulting company, Infosys Ltd. In this role, Kate advances the mission of the Foundation to further computer science and maker education among K12 teachers and students, with a particular focus on the under-represented and under-resourced. Prior, she was a Director at KPMG LLP where she led engagements with the UN, international development organizations, private foundations and NGOs focused on gender equality, sustainable economic development and social impact. In that role she led KPMG’s partnership with Equal Measure 2030, a multi-stakeholder initiative to track data for women and girls across the sustainable development goals. Kate also worked in London for KPMG UK’s Global Infrastructure practice leading public-private-partnership engagements within the education sector, most notably the national Building Schools for the Future program. Prior to her strategic consulting roles, Kate supported emerging market infrastructure development as the Country Manager for Mexico and Central America at the U.S. Trade and Development Agency and worked for Senator Richard G. Lugar on the US Senate Foreign Committee. She received a BA in Spanish with a minor in Political Science from Wake Forest University and a MA from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) with a focus on Latin America. Kate serves on the Board of Mary’s Meals USA and the Wake Forest University Alumni Council and is a co-founder of the Wake Forest University ‘Global Deacs’ international alumni network.