Kate is as Administrative Aide II at Gallatin and serves in the Office of Academic Services and Institutional Research to gather, analyze, and graphically represent data in support of student progress and institutional decision making. She also verifies adviser approvals and processes students’ IAPCs, thesis proposals, thesis submissions and thesis defense registrations. Her community engagement and social practice at Gallatin includes serving on the steering committee of NYU-Pride@Work, being Safe Zone trained, serving as a steward of local 3882-Union of Clerical, Administrative and Technical Staff (UCATS) at NYU, serving on the Health and Safety committee of New York State Unified Teachers (NYSUT), and supporting Black Lives Matter.
A graduate of NYU-Tisch Arts Politics graduate program where she was advised by Karen Finley, Kate is a radically inclusive lesbian feminist arts activist and produces work that preserves and celebrates lesbian culture. She is a 25-year resident of the East Village, she maintains a part-time Feldenkrais Practice (www.kateconroy.nyc) and lives with her lesbian husband, the writer Marty Correia (www.martycorreia.com).