Kate Walker's is focusing on reducing the commercial sexual exploitation of children. She will also work with Alameda County’s Juvenile Collaborative Court (ACJC) to address the reproductive health and mental health needs of girls involved with the Court. A graduate of the University of Iowa College of Law, Kate interned at Alliance For Children’s Rights in Los Angeles, and was a volunteer at the Los Angeles Superior Court Self-Help Clinic. As a law student, Kate was on the board of the Journal of Gender, Race & Justice, and served on the board of Iowa’s Equal Justice Foundation. She also spent a semester at the University of Iowa Student Legal Clinic to address university students' legal needs. Kate graduated from Pomona College with a degree in Public Policy Analysis with a focus on psychology.