Katherine's passion for television news has taken her across the country to report, anchor, and even cover the weather in Victoria, Texas; Lafayette, Louisiana; and Las Vegas, Nevada. Being named Louisiana Associated Press Reporter of the Year Division B and earning a certification in meteorology from Mississippi State University, are some of her proudest accomplishments.
Along the way, Katherine developed a love for travel and gastronomy (she's a foodie!) She enjoys sharing her original recipes, restaurant experiences, and on-the-road adventures with her viewers. Katherine's enthusiasm for globe-trotting started early -- she spent a college semester at the University of Seville in Spain and interned one summer with People Magazine in London. In September of 2014, Katherine journeyed to Peru to study the emerging popularity of Peruvian cuisine. Her findings were documented in the national newspaper, Andina.
In her spare time, Katherine enjoys visiting with friends, family, and people she meets in the community. Katherine sits on the advisory board of Kids' Meals, a charity that fights childhood hunger, and she volunteers with a number of other local organizations. Katherine is also a "mom" to two rescue cats, Remy and Sophie.
Katherine says it's a privilege helping drivers navigate the nation's fourth largest city. She feels blessed to be a part of the tapestry that is Houston-to be in a city filled with opportunity and a can-do attitude.
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