From 2004 to 2009, Katherine worked with Saskatchewan’s Health Quality Council (HQC) in a variety of positions, including Senior Quality Improvement Consultant and Program Director. In her time with HQC, Katherine led the Quality as a Business Strategy, Releasing Time to Care, and Academic Initiatives projects, as well as the development of HQC’s strategy looking at whole system transformation. She is currently a doctoral student and adjunct lecturer at the University of Jonkoping in Sweden, Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Saskatchewan, and a physical therapist. In 2012, Katherine launched her own business, the Groundwork Strategy, where she provides teaching, coaching, and facilitation to individuals, teams, and organizations wanting to work with technical and relational approaches to improvement in health, education, and social care. Katherine holds a BA (Honours) in English, a BSc in Physical Therapy, and a MSc. in Community Health and Epidemiology, all from the University of Saskatchewan.