Kathleen Hill (she/her) joined the Cambridge office of WolfBrown in 2021 to support clients in research, evaluation, and strategic planning efforts.
She is a recent graduate from Carnegie Mellon University, where her studies explored the intersections of culture and policy—with a goal of empowering data-driven solutions in the arts and culture sector. Having benefited from a robust public school system that valued the role of arts education and arts integration, she firmly believes in the role that arts and culture play in incubating, amplifying, and achieving transformative change through storytelling. She assists in writing for our “Amplifying Creative Opportunities” newsletter. A recent piece focuses on her research tracking and timing visitor behavior at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan.
Prior to joining WolfBrown, Kathleen Hill supported research and evaluation efforts at the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and Creative Generation. In these positions, she has collaborated with SMU DataArts, the International Teaching Artists Collaborative (ITAC), and ArtPlace.
Hill holds degrees and certifications in international cultural policy, nonprofit management, and arts management from Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service, Harvard University’s Extension School, and Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College of Public Policy respectively.
Outside of her work at WolfBrown, Kathleen Hill is a semi-professional singer in the Boston-area and sits on the Steering Committee for the Georgetown Theatre Alliance.
Kathleen can be reached directly via email.