Kat Solberg became involved with the project in 2013 when she started her MA in Classical Archaeology at UBC. She helped with various fundraising opportunities over the year and last summer wrote a guest post for the blog, “Cleaning Dirt Off of Dirt: When Archaeological Students Learn What Archaeology Actually Is” which was featured on Word Presses’ ‘Freshly Squeezed’. She was the TA for the 2014-2015 academic year. She is the Media Director for From Stone to Screen and is in charge of the various social media accounts for the project, including the blog, Facebook page and Twitter account. She is also responsible for maintaining the website, creating the From Stone to Screen products and other promotional material. She also designed the project’s logo in the winter of 2014. She was a collaborating author for the guest post on the Biblical Archaeology Review’s Biblical History Daily. In January she presented, along with Chelsea Gardner, the poster ‘From Stone to Screen: Putting the Squeeze on Digital Epigraphy’ at the Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America in New Orleans, LA. In March she presented, along with Chelsea Gardner, at UBC’s The Past Matter’s History Symposium. In November, she will be presenting “From Stone to Screen: Ancient Words in a Digital World” at the ASOR Annual Meeting.