Most 10 year olds don’t spend weeks teaching English in the Gobi Dessert, or ride horses beside the Russian border, but that’s part of Kate’s story. Spending two years in Mongolia as a 10 year old, and seeing things most don’t see in their lifetime, started her passion for fair wages and worker equality, and the fact Kate’s parents composted before it was cool, is the reason she is now a composting wizard. From the age of 8 she’s been an entrepreneur, and now runs an in-home childcare company along side copy-writing for 8 businesses around the globe. She’s an ambassador for businesses who align with her sustainable and ethical values, and you’ll find her writing up a storm at her standing desk, the beach 3 minutes walk away, kombucha in hand, dog at her feet. Kate could research until the cows come home, and brings her wealth of knowledge to you through accessible articles that aim to educate and activate the activist inside you.