Welcome to Forensics Found! A supportive podcast community for Last Responders

Forensics Found

18-01-2023 • 4 mins

Join the Forensics Found podcast community, a supportive hub for Last Responders! With tips and tools to help you reconnect with your role and build a healthier work-life balance. Dive into actionable steps from your host, Katharine Pope, and expert guests, and discover how you can take control of your role today!

You will learn how to foster career success, prevent burnout, hear inspiring stories from professionals in the field, and get tips for creating a healthy work-life balance. If you're working in the field of Law Enforcement, Medical Examiner/Coroner, Firefighter, EMS, Healthcare, Forensic Science, Death Care, or any related field - this podcast is for you! This is where we can come together, share and discuss this challenging job.

Hit the follow button; it's time to thrive, not just survive!

Podcast → www.forensicsfound.com/podcast

Connect → mentor@forensicsfound.com

Community → https://www.facebook.com/groups/471306163206486/

Courses → www.forensicsfound.thinkific.com

FREE Life Kit for Death Investigators: learn the six most important skills needed to prevent burnout and maintain focus on the job and at home → www.forensicsfound.com/life-kit-ebook-opt-in

Connect on social!

Facebook → https://www.facebook.com/ForensicsFoundMentor

Instagram → https://www.instagram.com/forensics_found/

About the Host

Katharine Pope has experience working as a Crime Scene Specialist for the Austin Police Department, WWII casualty analyst for the Department of Defense POW/MIA Personnel Office, Forensic Anthropologist for DMORT Team II, and Forensic Investigator in Texas, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, and Delaware medical examiners’ offices.  She now works for RTI International on the NamUs program.  She has been happily alcohol-free since February 2021!

Kat lives with her husband and two kids in Salisbury, MD.  She is the daughter of a firefighter and ER nurse (turned school nurse).  She is the sister of a US Army veteran (retired) working as a medical librarian.  She is the wife of a teacher.

“I believe that public service is a calling.  I want to help our fields become more accessible for students and professionals so we can do the job to the best of our ability.“

BA, Colorado College in psychology and anthropology

MA, Texas State University - San Marcos in Forensic Anthropology

Registered, American Board of Medicolegal Death Investigators

Fellow, American Academy of Forensic Sciences Anthropology section

Chair, Board of Directors, Society of Forensic Anthropologists

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