Born and raised in Myerstown, Pa. Kate's first experiences with modeling and living independently were captured in Season 1 of Breaking Amish, the hit TLC show that charted five young people's attempts to find their feet in the Big Apple. Kate made her small-screen debut with Season 1 of Breaking Amish, which premiered on Sept. She ed with Major Model Management NYC in and likely continued modeling for some time after leaving the show.
Modeling allowed Kate to work closely with established fashion deers. Having gained some industry experience, she realized she was eager to push herself further creatively, as per HuffPost. Getting the opportunity to work with reputable deers in Manhattan and working with all the amazing prints and fabrics is so inspiring," Kate said.
It's working with such great people that has made me decide to de for the rest of my career," she added. Kate wasted no time in starting her own clothing brand.
Her brand specializes in fashion-forward accessories, women's wear, cashmere products, and accessories for pets. In addition to her work as a fashion deer, Kate has also earned a great deal of applause for her efforts as a philanthropist. Currently, Kate serves as the CEO of Developing Faces, a charity providing surgical care for children and babies living with facial abnormalities.
She took up an active interest in the work of the organization around As Kate revealed on her websiteit was a conversation with Susan Kim, the co-founder of Developing Faces, that propelled her to start contributing to the work of the nonprofit. InKate took part in one of Developing Faces' first missions. She traveled to Guatemala City as an administrator, Kate wrote on her website.
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