Kate primarily works on IOM’s Missing Migrants Project, which involves collecting and analyzing data on people who go missing and or die during migration around the world.

Kate holds a joint MSc in International Migration and Social Cohesion from the University of Amsterdam, University of Deusto and University College Dublin. She has experience using qualitative and quantitative research methods in Thailand, Cambodia, India and Ireland, where she most recently looked at how immigrants relate to the urban planning process in Dublin. She previously worked as a project coordinator for the Government of British Columbia (Canada), and as a migrant integration support officer for an organization in Canada.