Kathryn Wolfington Harth, EE
STRENGTHS: Input, Intellection, Achiever, Arranger, Learner
I am passionate about organizations and activities that empower women to realize their strength and influence. I believe people who live authentically are courageous. Adventure, integrity, equality and courage are my core values.
Kathryn Wolfington Harth graduated magna cum laude from Emporia State University with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education, and from the University of Colorado Denver with a master’s degree in informational and learning technologies. Kathryn served the Epsilon Epsilon Chapter as secretary, housing manager, and president and was involved in many campus organizations. Her leadership was recognized through the Ruth Schillenger Outstanding Sorority Woman of the Year Award, the A Cappella Choir Outstanding Member Service Award, and the Rho Lambda Leadership Award. As an alumna, she has been a member in the Lawrence, KS; Denver, CO; and Topeka, KS, Alumnae Chapters.
Kat has volunteered for the Sorority in a variety of roles, serving as a membership advisor, district meeting coordinator, National Convention & Leadership Conference team leader, district facilitator, facilitator at the Emma Coleman Frost Leadership Development Institute and presenter at District Day and The Academy. She has served as a delegate at nine National Convention & Leadership Conferences and in 2008 was a recipient of the Agape Award. Kat has served on national council since 2014.
Professionally, Kat is the communications coordinator at Great Plains IDEA (Interactive Distance Education Alliance), a consortium of 19 universities who collaborate to offer online graduate programs together. She volunteers at Kansas State University on the advisory council for the School of Music, Theatre, and Dance, and as an advisor for the sophomore honor society, Silver Key. She lives in Manhattan, Kansas, with her husband Cory, and their cat Elvira, and dog Honey.