Katherine Norton Warren
Director at Large
Katherine Norton Warren, a native of Rochester, New York, is a clinical social worker and founder of an outpatient mental health program, the Center for Families in Transition, offering psychotherapy and associated medical services for children and adults. She was also on staff at the National Institutes of Health, the Institute for Child Health and Human Development, and was a faculty member at two universities, Gallaudet University in Washington, DC and Rochester Institute of Technology. Katherine is also trained in mediation and was associated with the Montgomery County Conflict Resolution Center, mediating cases of estranged families and restorative justice. She has also been a public speaker in the Washington, DC area, speaking at numerous parent meetings at private and public schools and at area churches, primarily on the topic of Emotional Resilience.
Katherine is an emeritus Chair of the Board at the Christ Child Society of Washington, DC, and received the chapter’s highest award, the Mary Virginia Merrick Award for Service, mainly in connection with years of work for at-risk children at the Merrick Center in Anacostia, and the development of a new literacy program at the DC Chapter focusing on reading programs for young children and their family members. She has served in multiple capacities in her parish, the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, including president of the Home and School Association, a member of the Parish Council and leadership in Sodality.
Both Katherine and her husband, Paul Warren, have been involved in multiple areas of service in the community of Chevy Chase and Washington DC. They are the parents of four grown children and grandparents of ten and soon to be eleven young grandchildren.
To contact Katherine: firstname.lastname@example.org