Kathryn Peltier Campbell is Senior Editor/Writer and Postsecondary Specialist at the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce. In her role she directs content development for the Center’s reports and collaborates on editorial strategy. She has extensive experience editing and writing publications focused on topics such as diversity and equity in postsecondary education, higher education’s civic mission, and the value of liberal education in contemporary contexts. She has a deep interest in ensuring that every individual has the opportunity and means to contribute to—and thrive in—the workforce, civil society, and life.
Prior to joining the Center, Kathryn was senior academic editor and editor of Liberal Education, the flagship periodical of the Association of American Colleges and Universities. At AAC&U, she also served as editor and then executive editor of the periodical Diversity & Democracy, focused on diversity, equity, global learning, and civic engagement in higher education. In addition, she edited the newsletter On Campus with Women and served as a key contributor to the association’s work on gender equity in higher education. She has also edited a variety of reports, monographs, and other communications vehicles.
Kathryn has an M.A. in English from the University of Virginia, where she additionally earned a B.A. with a double major in English and physics.