Kathryn Kime is part of The Heights community as both a member of the staff and mother to alumni: Nolan (’11), Griffin (’13) and George (’16). Kathryn began working at the School in 2006 in the development office to help coordinate the school’s first major capital campaign, the Tower Campaign. She currently works in the business office, manages the school’s online enrollment process, and coordinates various school publications, serving as the managing editor of Cavalcade. Kathryn received a B.A. in Economics from Randolph-Macon Woman’s College. She also studied in England at the University of Reading and the University of Oxford. Kathryn was Director of Development for an independent school in Central Virginia before moving to the area; she served as the founding director of the Foundation for Social and Cultural Advancement in Washington, DC. In addition, Kathryn has worked in the field of economics as an analyst and writer covering developing nations in the Middle East and Africa, the petroleum industry, and the transportation industry. Kathryn and husband Fred reside in Fairfax.