Katherine Nesser is a business professional with experience in project management, talent development, marketing and process design. In her role as a consultant at Emergent Method, she supports a wide range of services for the firm and its clients. Currently, Katherine is supporting the overall management and implementation of a $1.3 billion homeowner assistance program in Louisiana by leading efforts related to policy, training, and applicant communications and relations. She works to develop new processes to streamline efforts and communicates internally with program staff and externally with program participants.
Before joining Emergent Method, Katherine was a senior project consultant for the largest Court Supervised Settlement Program in the United States. Starting in 2012, she facilitated the evaluation of million-dollar projects by providing training to better develop project staff, implement new programs, and create new approaches and techniques to assist with knowledge sharing throughout all levels of the projects. Additionally, Katherine developed processes to analyze programmatic data and developed high-quality deliverables such as business and organizational models, research findings, and reports for an array of stakeholders. She has also worked in legal client development and recruiting.
Katherine received her Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications and her Master of Business Administration at Louisiana State University. She is a 2012 graduate of the John W. Barton, Sr. Community Leadership Development Program, a program that teaches young professionals effective leadership skills needed to shape the community of Baton Rouge. Katherine is a certified Myers-Briggs Type Indicator(R) practitioner.