Kat King is a graduate of The University of Michigan School of Information, where she first encountered Information Architecture by accident. Since then she has become obsessed with understanding how we attempt to control the arguments our information makes, and how these arguments control us. She is interested in language, meaning, and the ways we try to structure the chaos of existence. She lives in Ypsilanti, MI where she manages her own existential terror by reading, taking snapchats of her cats, and going to The Wurst Bar. Kat King is an information architect who works with researchers, professors, entrepreneurs, and librarians to help them understand complex problem spaces and develop strategic plans. She’s interested in the big questions about language and meaning and what it is that makes us human.