"Art is Her Passion"
It’s easy to see why Kati Kameroski was named Keystone College Outstanding Graduate for 2012.
In addition to an outstanding academic record, Kati has a whole host of awards to show for an absolutely phenomenal career at Keystone College which will help springboard her to the next chapter of her life.
An art education major, Kati received the Everhart Choice Award and Silver and Gold Key Scholastic Art Awards. She has also been recognized with the prestigious Clyde McGeary Fellows Scholar Award by the Pennsylvania Art Education Association and has served as president of the student chapter of the Pennsylvania Art Education Association/National Art Education Association.
She’s volunteered teaching art to kids at the Everhart Museum and the Equal Opportunity Training Center. Kati studied glazing methods in Italy and even sold her car to fund a trip to Haiti where she did volunteer work after that’s nation’s horrific earthquake.
In addition to studying art and science, Kati likes to read, canoe, and admits to baking the “best guava cheesecake outside of the Caribbean.” More importantly, Kati says that raising her daughters Evelyn and Rebecca “serve as her greatest source of inspiration, joy and accomplishment.”
Kati’s love of art and her dedication to others is her greatest gift. “I’ve been involved with art since I was young and I just love it. The chance to teach art to youngsters is an opportunity I’ve always dreamed of. I can’t wait to get started with my career!”