Kathryn Weeden was appointed to serve on the Board of Directors for The Congressional Award Foundation in October 2008.
She is the principal of the United States Senate Page School and has filled that position since August 1993.
She is a life-long educator who has worked in schools in Michigan and Pennsylvania previously.
Thirty United States Senate Pages are appointed by senators each semester. Pages are juniors in high school, are 16 years of age, and have minimally achieved a grade point average of 3.0. Many United States Senate Pages choose to participate in The Congressional Award. They view it as a way to fulfill their desire to provide service in their communities and to engage in personal goal-setting and achievement.