Katherine Robinson is a Consultant at EMH Strategy. Katherine received her B.A. in International Studies and Sociology at Johns Hopkins University, where she concentrated on international development, migration, and health economics. While at Johns Hopkins, she founded a community organization dedicated to refugee mental wellness, started an entrepreneurship workshop series for immigrant women in Baltimore, and served as President of Social Investment Outreach, the microfinance and social business club at Johns Hopkins. Katherine also advised new and struggling student groups at Johns Hopkins as a Senior Leadership Consultant. Katherine spent two summers in the Community Impact Internships Program working for the Episcopal Refugee and Immigrant Center Alliance. In addition to working on EMH’s internal development, she works with the EMH team to support clients as they grow and navigate business opportunities.