Meet Kathrine Schulze — the new LUM Summer Intern.
She grew up and lives in West Lafayette with her parents, Diane Stott and Darrell Schulze — who both work in the College of Agriculture at Purdue. Her older brother, Brian, is married and living in Lafayette. The family members attend First United Methodist Church, West Lafayette. A graduate of West Lafayette High School, Kathrine is currently a senior at Indiana University—Bloomington.
Kathrine is majoring in both journalism and history with a minor in law & public policy; and has been active with the Indiana Daily Student, the daily campus newspaper at IU, serving as the managing editor this past spring. After graduation in May 2017, she plans on attending law school and pursuing a career in international law.
At LUM, Kathrine will be working with Susan Brouillette in the Campaign for Hoosier Families and other social justice projects. Susan shared that
“given her experience as a journalist and interest in public policy, Kathrine has the perfect combination of skills to bring new energy to the Campaign for Hoosier Families. She’s only been with us two weeks and has already done amazing work.”
Kathrine personally hopes to gain experience with legislation at the State House and “the advocacy side” to complement her journalism experience.
LUM is fortunate to have Kathrine join the team for the summer. Join us in welcoming her.