Kathryn Page Camp's Bio:
Although Kathryn Page Camp grew up in the United States, she lived in Amman, Jordan when she was six years old and in Edinburgh, Scotland when she was twelve. During her lifetime she has visited approximately twenty countries on four continents. As a child Kathryn did not appreciate the privileges she received as a resident of this country, but as an adult she treasures those rights.
As a regulatory attorney for over twenty-five years, Kathryn routinely researches and interprets federal case law, statutes, and regulations. As an adjunct law professor with a number of foreign students for whom English was a second language, she learned to explain the law in simple terms. And as an attorney who is also a dedicated Christian, she has followed the debate over the religion clauses of the First Amendment with keen interest and growing frustration over the misinformation coming from individuals and groups on both sides of the question.
Kathryn is currently Associate General Counsel for National Futures Association in Chicago, Illinois. She served as adjunct professor at Chicago-Kent College of Law for several years and recently completed a term as the chairperson of the Chicago Bar Associationís Futures and Derivatives Law Committee. Her memberships in professional organizations include the American Bar Association and the Chicago Bar Association.
Camp received a BA from Hope College in 1972, an MS from DePaul University in 1974, a JD from Chicago-Kent College of Law in 1978, and an LLM from Chicago-Kent in 1999.
Outside of work, Kathryn enjoys reading, sailing, and traveling. She belongs to St. Paulís Lutheran Church in Munster, Indiana, where she sings in the choir and participates in the womenís ministry. Kathryn is a Girl Scout and has served as a leader and as a board member for her local council.
Kathryn and her husband, Roland, live in Northwest Indiana. They have a 23-year-old daughter, Caroline, who is a teacher and the wife of a future minister, seminarian Peter Ill. Kathryn and Roland also have a 20-year-old son, John, who attends Purdue University.