As Project Manager, Catherine is responsible for the project implementation and day-to-day activity between Schultz & Williams’s clients and the consulting team. In this role, she coordinates and executes consulting projects, ensuring quality and consistency in strategy, timelines and deliverables. A priority of her work is building and maintaining excellent client relationships and creating successful team environments to help clients reach their visions.

Catherine is currently providing project management support for strategic business planning for Delaware Museum of Natural History (Wilmington), Reid Park Zoo (Tucson, AZ) and Wildlife Health Center Foundation (Davis, CA); strategic planning for Birmingham Zoo, Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital and Japan America Society of Colorado (Denver); campaign planning studies for Cosley Zoo (Wheaton, IL); and development planning for National Museum of Intelligence and Special Operations (Washington, D.C.).

Her recent work includes managing the following projects to completion: strategic business planning for Toronto Zoo, Honolulu Zoo, Houston Zoo, Columbus Zoo & Aquarium and Fairmount Water Works (Philadelphia); strategic planning for Northeastern Wisconsin Zoo (Green Bay) and Zoo Miami Foundation; campaign planning studies for the Museum of the American Revolution (Philadelphia), Heritage Conservancy (Doylestown, PA); campaign planning for Chimp Haven (Shreveport, LA), Association of Zoos & Aquariums (Silver Spring, MD); and strategic development planning for United Nations Environment Programme (Washington, D.C.), Utah’s Hogle Zoo (Salt Lake City), Philadelphia Education Fund, Mission Kids (Blue Bell, PA) and American Institute of Architects Foundation (Washington, D.C.).

Catherine holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Pittsburgh and a master’s degree in education from Arcadia University.