- Federal Government Employment Director
Kate Hudson is a Senior Attorney at the U.S. Government Accountability Office, also known as the “government’s watchdog.” Kate joined the federal government with GSA in 2015, as the inaugural director of the Executive branch CXO Fellows Program in the Office of Executive Councils, Office of Government-wide Policy. In 2016, she joined OPM Office of the General Counsel as an attorney-advisor, carrying both litigation and policy portfolios. While at OPM, she practiced before the MSPB, the EEOC, the FLRA, and acted as agency counsel with DOJ attorneys in the federal courts, including the large-scale class action litigation surrounding the 2015 OPM cyberbreach incident. In addition, she worked on a wide range of policy initiatives including federal regulatory amendments, Executive Orders on federal personnel policies, and organizational transformation issues following the transition of the National Background Investigations Bureau (NBIB) to DoD.
Aside from agency work, Kate has participated in the DOJ Pro Bono Program for the past 4 years, representing DC residents in landlord-tenant court. Kate holds a Masters of Public Administration and Policy from American University (MPAP), a JD from the University Of Dayton School Of Law, and both a BA and MA from Ohio University in Political Science. She is licensed in Georgia, North Carolina, and DC.