As a two-time graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Kati bleeds Carolina blue. Her undergraduate studies in political science led her to the North Carolina General Assembly in 2008, where she began a two-year career as a communications liaison. Beginning law school at Carolina in 2010, Kati participated in a variety of clinics and organizations, including the Juvenile Justice Clinic and the American Constitutional Society. During law school, Kati served as a law-student clerk at both the United States District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina and the North Carolina Court of Appeals.
Her work in the courts helped to develop her love for dissecting case law and her meticulous eye for detail. Following law school, Kati worked as an associate attorney for a firm in her hometown Greensboro, NC, with a broad litigation practice, including a great deal of courtroom and trial time.
Kati also serves as a yoga and meditation teacher and corporate-mindfulness consultant. With a newfound outlook on the importance of mindfulness in the law, Kati is enthusiastic about helping you take a mindful approach towards achieving your legal goals.