Katheryn M. “Katie” Ogle is a graduate of Appalachian School of Law. She has extensive experience representing children and families in matters involving juvenile court, as well as other domestic issues. Ms. Ogle is a graduate of Glenville State College in Glenville, West Virginia where she graduated magna cum laude with degrees in Early Education, Elementary Education, and Special Education. While pursuing her undergraduate education, she was also a member of the women’s golf team and president of the Kappa Delta Pi educational honor society.
In law school, she was selected as the school’s representative to the American Bar Association and was elected by her peers as a representative on the Student Bar Association. Ms. Ogle was very involved with the Trial Advocacy team during law school, as well as completing several courses focusing on mediation in both civil and family settings. She was also a recipient of the Willard Owens Award for outstanding community service during her time in law school. Prior to beginning her career as an attorney, Ms. Ogle taught alternative education in a public school setting.
She is presently a member of the Knoxville Bar Association and the Tennessee Bar Association, and is a monthly contributor to the Knoxville Bar Journal magazine. She is a member of the board of directors for the East Tennessee CASA organization, which advocates for children who have been victims of abuse or neglect, and was previously a volunteer advocate for these children. She is also an active volunteer with the Knoxville based Susannah’s House women’s organization. Ms. Ogle lives in Knoxville, Tennessee with her husband, Nate, and their French Bulldog, Remy. When she isn’t practicing law, she enjoys traveling, trying new recipes in the kitchen, and reading fiction novels.