Program Coordinator, Peabody Research Institute
Katherine earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Kansas in 2011. During her time as a student she began work as a Student Research Assistant for the Center for Physical Activity and Weight Management at the University of Kansas. She continued her work there after graduation serving as a Health Educator on multiple research studies and as the Project Coordinator for the A+PAAC study (Physical activity and academic achievement across the curriculum, a 3-year, cluster-randomized trial).
Katherine Henley joined PRI in January of 2016 as a Research Field Collector for the Tennessee Pre-K Expansion and Metro Nashville Public School (MNPS) Partnership for Developing Model Early Learning Centers projects. In June of 2016 she took on her current role as the Project Coordinator for the MNPS Partnership.