Kathleen with Corky Larson (4th District County Supervisor, '82-'94) in 2003.
While north, Kathleen practiced employment law, was a law school professor and Academic Dean (McGeorge School of Law), and served for 30 years as an arbitrator, mediator and special master, resolving all forms of conflict.
For 11 years, Kathleen has been a priest in the Episcopal Church, serving nearly 6 years in Hemet, while living in Palm Desert.
The Early Years
Reared in the Coachella Valley, Kathleen understands why so many are drawn here and the importance of planning thoughtfully for change.
Educated at Yale (B.A.) and U.C. Berkeley, Boalt Hall (J.D.), she settled in Northern California, becoming a "regular" in Palm Desert in 1978.
Kathleen purchased her current Palm Desert home in 1999, and joined our historic Shadow Mountain Golf Club.
A vote for Kathleen
is a vote for ALL Palm Desert —
Kathleen knows and cares about our beautiful city!
Kathleen (on left) explains research on local flora to Palm Springs Mayor Frank Bogert in 1961.