Katherine Accera

Katherine leads the Women’s Refugee Commission’s engagement efforts. She works to grow and strengthen relationships with the many generous individual donors and extraordinary friends whose meaningful commitment of unrestricted support empowers the WRC’s mission, expands our reach, and deepens our impact for displaced women, children, and the most vulnerable.

Before WRC, Katherine served in key marketing and fundraising roles at leading organizations—the International Rescue Committee and Helen Keller International—where she drove bold, all-embracing strategies to build vital, donor-centric brands rooted in client voices and humanitarian values.

Over 30 years in the nonprofit and social sector, Katherine has managed change, complexity, and crisis to shape campaigns, platforms, and partnerships that inspire connection and giving. She has been a grateful collaborator with global coalitions and local communities to help protect and transform human rights and lives.

Katherine holds a master of fine arts degree in creative writing from The New School.

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