Kate is a licensed professional engineer and accomplished leader with over two decades of experience directing capital programs for institutional clients. She is well-versed in all phases of the project life cycle and has managed a full complement of project types – from historic preservation and new construction to campus master planning and utility infrastructure upgrades. Notable clients include The Public Theater, Temple Israel of the City of New York, The Pennington School, Westport Weston Family YMCA, and Princeton Theological Seminary.
Through her experience in the not-for-profit sector, Kate brings strong communication skills that are essential for working with Board governance structures and advising clients on complex regulatory approvals processes. Her practical management approach has been an asset to successful collaborations with a variety of notable design architects. At Zubatkin, she is involved with the firm’s internal Mentorship and Professional Development Committees.
Prior to joining Zubatkin, Kate served as Capital Program Manager for nearly fifteen years at a national facilities and engineering firm, where clients included Wellesley College and Princeton University. She also served as a consultant to the World Trade Center Construction division of the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey, where she facilitated design coordination for the 9/11 Memorial & Museum project.
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
Professional Engineer, Pennsylvania
Living Future Accreditation (LFA)
Princeton Community Housing
Development Corporation, Trustee
Society for College and University Planning (SCUP)