Areas of interest:
Criminal Justice | Education | Healthcare
Kate Farmer is an undergraduate student at Washington University in St. Louis, where she studies philosophy and data science. Previously, she served as a writer and policy researcher for the Virginia General Assembly and a Healthcare Policy Fellow for the Cicero Institute. She is currently an intern at the American Enterprise Institute under President Robert Doar. Kate’s writing centers around mental health, especially as it intersects with technology and Gen Z. Her works have appeared in various state and national publications, including RealClearScience, The Washington Examiner, and The Federalist.