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Kathryn Moreadith
UJAM, Inc.
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Kathryn Moreadith

Company: UJAM, Inc.
Title: Product Manager
Location: San Fransisco, United States
Fields of operation: Digital, Technology
Twitter: Ujam_com

Kathryn Moreadith is a classically trained pianist and composer. Also fluent in Mandarin Chinese, Kathryn graduated with First Honors from Vanderbilt University with a degree in Music Composition/Theory, East Asian Studies, Piano Performance, and Chinese. In 2006, Kathryn earned winning recognition at Beijing University’s Speech Competition for a speech she wrote and delivered in Mandarin entitled “Politics, Economics, and the Arts: How We Can Change the World.” She has assisted in the founding of international music festivals in China and Cyprus, and consulted with US universities and schools to enhance higher education music school curricula. Her compositions have been performed internationally, and she has also performed in the US, Europe, Africa, and Australia. In 2009, Kathryn embarked upon a year of solo travel and self-directed research with funding from Vanderbilt University’s Michael B. Keegan Traveling Fellowship. Her platform of study, titled “Collaborative Musical Composition: A Global Vision”, sought to discover ways music and the arts can be used as tools to enhance cultural diplomacy and included travels to India, China, Australia, Zambia, Cyprus, England, Ireland, Belgium, France, Italy, Greece, and Switzerland. Kathryn has presented lectures and master classes at universities and schools in the US, China, India, and England, on topics ranging from advanced music theory to piano performance practice to international policy and cultural diplomacy. Her international experience, music background, and passion for innovative applications of music in twenty-first century society have led her to UJAM, Inc., where she now directs the North American Headquarters in San Francisco, California.