Katherine George is an Afro-Latina performer, director, writer, and educator from the Bronx, NY. She began her journey as performer at a young age and has been blessed with the opportunity of performing in various venues around the country including the Apollo Theater, Bowery Poetry Club, Carnegie Hall, the New Amsterdam Theater on Broadway, the Nuyorican Poets Cafe, and Radio City Music Hall. She was a member of the 2012 Urban Word Slam team which participated in the international poetry festival, Brave New Voices. She was also a member of the award-winning Brooklyn College Poetry Slam team since it’s inception in 2011 and was named the Grand Slam Champion in both 2014 and 2015. She co-coached the Urban Word 2013 national slam team which ranked 3rd in the world. She obtained her Bachelors degree in Theater from Brooklyn College where she partnered up with another student to create the play, Black and Blue. She was a member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation Observership class of 2016-2017. Through this program, Katherine was able to observe Tony-nominated director, Liesl Tommy during the Public Theater’s production of Party People. She’s recently become an acting alumni for the 24-Hour Play: Nationals program. You can watch her star in the new digital series, #lovemyroomie. You can also catch her occasionally singing background for Jennifer Lopez while trying to remember her lines for Serials as a Bat at the Flea! She thanks Niegel and the rest of Syncing Ink crew for bringing her into the magic.