Katie Herrmann is a Research Analyst at EAB. Since joining EAB, Katie has completed research on behalf of university and school district leaders on topics including campus operations and budgeting, organizational structures, and process improvement. Her other areas of research explore DEIJ strategic plans, institutional involvement in economic development, and economic development communications. She is currently working within student affairs to examine student mental health.
Prior to EAB, Katie’s enthusiasm for higher education came from conducting research in Duke’s BRITE (Behavioral Research Informing Teaching Excellence) lab and working as a teaching assistant for Duke’s Psychology Department.
Outside of work, Katie can be found exploring D.C. coffee shops, talking about Duke basketball, trying out new fitness routines, and searching for her next travel destination.
Katie graduated with distinction from Duke University and earned a B.A. in Psychology and minors in Economics and Spanish. Her area of focus was on exam anxiety in college classrooms.