Kate Schnittman lives in Exton, Pennsylvania with her husband and three children. Recognizing their own challenges caring for their son who has a rare pituitary tumor, Kate and her husband Aaron founded The Kolbe Fund.
Kate has a unique background with experience working in a variety of professional environments. She has worked for over twelve years as a human resources consultant specializing in compensation. Additionally, she is a certified Math teacher who has taught middle school, high school and college.
Currently, in addition to her work with The Kolbe Fund, Kate serves as an active volunteer at Home of the Sparrow – a local organization committed to serving women struggling with poverty. Kate is on the development committee at Saints Phillip and James School. As adoptive parents, Kate and her husband take special interest in adoption awareness programs.
Previously, Kate volunteered as a grant writer for Rainbow Child International – a Philadelphia based organization committed to bringing the arts to all students. She is the former president for the Drexel Hill Chapter of MOMS Club International, a support group consisting of 50 women and their families. Kate worked as a grant writer and job skills trainer at Mothers Home, where pregnant women in need of a safe place to stay can find education, support and housing. Kate served in the Peace Corps (Kazakhstan), teaching English and Math.