Researcher and instructor of Agricultural Sociology and Environmental Studies at UC-Berkeley and UW-Madison
Dr. Kathryn (Kate) Anderson is a researcher and instructor of Agricultural Sociology and Environmental Studies at UC-Berkeley and UW-Madison. She's consulted on climate, biodiversity, and land use for the United Nations Development Program and the Brazilian Government, and she currently researches supply management and associational democracy in the farm sector. Focusing on how race, gender, nation, and other social hierarchies create barriers for collective action to promote economic democracy and environmental justice, her research identifies leverage points for increasing diversity and inclusion and she develops evidence-based organizational interventions. Professor Kate is an award-winning college teacher with experience in online teaching and the psycho-cognitive aspects of teaching and learning.