Kathryn supervises associates who provide individualized support to academic editors, reviewers, and authors. As a process-oriented managing editor, she works closely with editors-in-chief and publishers to realize a journal’s strategic goals. She excels at refining protocols by standardizing communications and eliminating redundancies. In addition, Kathryn has significant expertise in investigating allegations of digital image manipulation and plagiarism. She is an expert user of the eJournalPress and ScholarOne manuscript management platforms and has over a decade of experience in scholarly publishing, including nine years at the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). She holds a BFA in writing, literature, and publishing from Emerson College and an MFA in Creative Writing from American University.