Currently serving as an Intern at Foundation Source Philanthropic Services Inc. in Fairfield, Connecticut, Katherine DuRie has worked with the organization since the summer of 2009. Foundation Source provides a range of administrative and back office services for a large variety of private foundations. Katherine DuRie has assisted multiple organizations with preparation for tax filings. She has also reconciled stock and bond holdings and ensured accurate information for databases and tax purposes.
Before beginning her work with Foundation Source, Katherine DuRie held an intern position at Nuestra Comunidad Development Corporation, an organization in Roxbury, Massachusetts. She assisted with funding strategies and highlighting organization achievements in fall of 2008.
Katherine DuRie attended Boston University School of Management, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in May 2011. Ms. DuRie studied finance and accounting and completed a minor in psychology. An excellent student, Katherine DuRie earned a Dean's Scholarship all four years and a place on the Dean's list multiple times. Katherine was also an active member in Delta Sigma Pi, a business fraternity.
A seasoned leader, Katherine DuRie was the Vice President of Community Service at Delta Sigma Pi in 2010. In that role, she planned several campus-wide events raising money for charity and also coordinated the organization's many members for 15 community service events around Boston.
During her time at Boston University, Katherine DuRie also served as a volunteer with the Earned Income Tax Credit Campaign. In this position, she completed extensive training in basic tax laws and skills and also prepared tax returns on behalf of a number of low-income households. As part of her studies at the Boston University School of Management, Katherine DuRie assisted the course coordinator of a Business Statistics class as a Teaching Assistant. The job entailed holding office hours to answer student questions as well as proctoring and grading course-wide exams.