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About Kathryn Hopper Greenwich CT

Kathryn Hopper Greenwich CTOver the course of a two-decade career, Kathryn Hopper of Cos Cob, Connecticut, has honed an eclectic set of abilities that relies on creativity, teamwork, and the ability to perform under pressure. Kathryn Hopper is a graduate of Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Communications and Political Science in 1987. From Northwestern, she went on to pursue coursework in urban planning at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Columbia University. Kathryn Hopper also attended Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts.

For ten years, Kathryn Hopper made a career in marketing, holding positions as account manager and marketing consultant with a full-service real estate firm, an advertising agency, and a national radio network. The skills developed through these years proved valuable when she went into business for herself as a freelance marketing consultant. Kathryn Hopper worked closely with many companies to develop and implement marketing plans and brand management. She also served as an intern with the City of New York’s Department of City Planning, conducting a land use and zoning study for a residential variance request and presenting the results to the city’s Planning Commission.

Today, Kathryn Hopper works as a freelance artist specializing in hand-built wall sculptures and custom-made tiles that integrate traditional American fabric designs. Along with her formal education, Kathryn Hopper has expanded her knowledge with courses in welding, basic drawing, creative writing, textiles, photography, and more at schools such as the Silvermine Arts Center, the New York School of Interior Design, and Parsons The New School of Design.

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