Katie Kellenberger '16

Katie Kellenberger '16
  • Washington, DC

About Katie Kellenberger '16

Katie graduated in May 2016 with a double degree in government and sociology. Though she intends on going back to graduate school in a few years, she's taking some time to get work experience in Washington D.C.

While at William & Mary, Katie was in an a Capella group, Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women and wrote for the Flat Hat. She also took advantage of a number of programs. After her sophomore year, Katie took part in the DC Summer Institute for New Media (where she landed this blogging gig) and had a blast! With one summer program under her belt, Katie chose to fulfill her dream of studying abroad by studying abroad in Goa, India. During her senior year, she took advantage of yet another one of William & Mary's fantastic programs by becoming a part of the DC Winter Seminars in Politics.

Katie hopes to enjoy all that DC has to offer while working with a philanthropic organization and return to school to get her masters (and maybe even PhD).

Posts by Katie Kellenberger '16

A few things I’ve learned

Hey William & Mary world, it’s been a while! Let me catch you up on a few things. In May I graduated from W&M—which

How Lucky Am I

I’ve never been a particularly emotional person. Traditions don’t bring a tear to my eye and goodbyes don’t require a whole box of tissues.

“Do One Thing Every Day That Scares You”

What. A. Break. This winter break takes the cake for busiest time of the year. After classes ended I dove right into holiday prepping.

“I am Thankful that Thorns Have Roses”

In the spirit of the upcoming holiday (which actually isn’t Christmas, despite what the radio is playing and the decorations already consuming literally every

“Not All Who Wander Are Lost”

This summer I got to check off something off my bucket list, and get class credit.  For five weeks I studied abroad in India.

Time Flies When You’re Having Fun

Earlier this year I made a promise to myself to be more timely with my posts.  I wanted to carve out an hour a

“If You Spend Too Much Time Thinking About a Thing, You’ll Never Get It Done”

The title of this blog could not be more accurate.  I’ve spent a lot of time sitting at my computer wondering how in the

The Highlights

I’ve noticed lately that I’ve been so busy meeting deadlines for my internship, I pushed my own deadlines to the side.  It’s been a

Katie’s Top Ten

As I sit here typing, erasing, and re-typing words on this blank document to try and express how busy but fun my internship has