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Katherine G. Forman

Margolis Healy

Katherine is responsible for all facets of client relations including scheduling, document management, and logistics. Prior to joining Margolis Healy, Ms. Forman worked as a Facilities Analyst for UVM’s Campus Planning Services where she managed and maintained spatial information and reporting for the university including building floor plans, campus mapping and a comprehensive spatial database. Through her employment at UVM, Ms. Forman gained university and college emergency planning experience including pandemic planning and preparation. Before her employment at UVM, Ms. Forman worked for ESRI, the world’s leading GIS software company, on a handheld mapping project for first responders. The effort allows responding firefighters the ability to view site locations and building floor plans on their handheld computers. In addition to her employment with MHA, Ms. Forman is a Conference Developer for Legal Issues in Higher Education, a national conference run through the Continuing Education Department at the University of Vermont (UVM).

Ms. Forman is a graduate of the University of Vermont with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Geography & Political Science with a certificate in Computer Software and also earned a Masters in Public Administration (Pi Alpha Alpha Honor Society). Katherine lives in Shelburne, Vermont with her husband and two young children.

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