Katherine Muller

Volunteer Coordinator

 

 

Katherine Muller has spent the last 49 years figuring out what she wants to be when she grows up – it’s possible that she is finally reaching some conclusions. Ask her! A native of Greenville, S.C., a graduate of Vanderbilt University and with a Masters of International Business from USC (Spanish Track), Katherine is a passionate traveler, always plotting her next trip around the U.S.A. or overseas, whether she has the money or not. A bucket list? Forget that! She sees her life as moving from one adventure to another, if necessary creating excitement where none exists. She has been to a party with Queen Elizabeth at Spencer House in London, scuba dived in the Great Barrier Reef near Port Douglas with Daisy the potato cod, seen the first rays of the sun come up over the holy mountain Machhapuchhare in the Annapurna Sanctuary of Nepal at 16,000 ft. – and, worshipped at seven different black Baptist churches on one glorious Sunday morning in Liberty County, Georgia in February 2008.

Her true passion, however, is educating people about the current crisis of climate change, what she believes to be the great moral issue of our time. She is an activist who has traveled on several occasions to Washington, D.C. for rallies – and, is preparing her 75-year-old mother for the possibility of her arrest with thousands of others this year in an act of non-violent, civil disobedience to draw attention to the need for fighting climate change – and, to stop the Keystone XL Pipeline.

She is still single – her mother would definitely like to do something about this. Any ideas?