2011 年，Katherine 加入鷹君集團擔任朗廷酒店集團有限公司 執行董事，並於 2013-2017 年擔任朗廷酒店投資有限公司的 非執行董事，是酒店管理的專家。
2013 年，首間以 Katherine 的創意和設計為理念、前身為 IBM 大樓的芝加哥朗廷酒店正式開業。酒店多次被Travel + Leisure 雜誌選為芝加哥酒店的第一名，另亦被Tripadvisor評為旅客選擇的美國豪華酒店第一名。
2014 年，Katherine 被任命為 Eaton 的主席，並著手推動全新的環球酒店理念。在她的領導下，全球 Eaton 團隊在概念、設計、節目編排、品牌、發展、項目落成、市場營銷、公共關係和戰略合作夥伴各方面都朝著新方向執行。Eaton Workshop 將跳出傳統酒店的概念，持續支持創新思維、提倡本地創作，以關注社會、改變世界為目標。
2015 年，Katherine 成為 Neuehouse 的董事，協助辛丹電影學院（Sundance Institute）發起支持非小說形式電影製作的活動。她曾擔任 2012-2014 年倫敦辛丹斯電影節（London’s Sundance Film Festival）及 2013 年第 11 屆 Annual Hospitality Design Awards 的評審。同時，Katherine 亦全力支持英國電影電視藝術學院（BAFTA）洛杉磯分部的 Inner City Shakespeare Program，亦是 Yale in Hollywood 的香港代表。
早於2000年代初期，Katherine 是全球社會和環境運動的積極組織者。她在海牙和波恩舉行的聯合國國際氣候會議中，擔任了綠色和平的學生代表；以 Green Crops 耶魯大學代表的身分協助學校推出倡議可持續發展的組織；在伊拉克戰爭期間成為一名活躍的反戰發言人；組織了 Autonomous Festival for Humanity and Against the Free Trade Area of the Americas；更是2005年世界貿易組織香港部長級會議的抗議活動主要組織者。
除了於芝加哥藝術學院、常青州立學院和 Stella Adler Studio of Acting 修讀的課程外，Katherine 還曾經擔任 Shift 雜誌的 Arts & Culture 記者及很多短片和音樂錄像的導演。現時，她正在為一部拍攝了 4 年，關於著名現代主義建築建築師密斯．凡德羅 (Ludwig Mies van der Rohe)和他的孫子的紀錄片進行後期製作。
她是 Summit 和 Nexus 的成員，現穿梭於紐約、洛杉磯和三藩市之間。
Born in Hong Kong, Katherine Lo has a Bachelor of Arts with
distinction in Sociocultural Anthropology from Yale University,
and subsequently earned her Master of Fine Arts in Film
Production from the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts.
Katherine joined her family business in 2011 and is a hospitality industry professional. She joined the hotel division of Great Eagle Group in 2011 and acted as Executive Director of Langham Hospitality Group Limited. She has also acted as Non-executive Director of Langham Hospitality Investments Limited since 2013. Under her creative and design direction, the iconic IBM building housing The Langham Chicago opened in 2013 and has consistently been voted No. 1 Hotel in Chicago by Travel + Leisure and No. 1 Travelers’ Choice Luxury Hotel in the United States by Tripadvisor.
In 2014, she was appointed President of Eaton. As President, she has a vision for the global rebranding of a new generation of Eaton. She leads the global Eaton team to execute the new Eaton vision in concept, design, programming, branding, development, project openings, marketing, public relations, and strategic partnerships. With Eaton, she aims to create a new brand in the hospitality space inspired by the power of content creation, holistic wellness, the progressive and entrepreneurial spirit, and social and environmental good.
She sat on the Board of Neuehouse in 2015, helped Sundance to launch a groundbreaking initiative to support new forms of nonfiction filmmaking in 2015, was a judge for Sundance London Film Festival from 2012-2014, was a judge for the 11th Annual Hospitality Design Awards in 2013, supported BAFTA LA’s Inner City Shakespeare Program, and chaired Yale in Hollywood’s Hong Kong chapter.
Throughout the early 2000s, she was an active organizer in the movements for global social and environmental justice. She was a Student Delegate for Greenpeace at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in The Hague and Bonn, led the Yale chapter of Green Corps, helped to launch the Yale Sustainability Initiative, was a visible anti-war spokesperson during the War on Iraq, organized the Autonomous Festival for Humanity and Against the Free Trade Area of the Americas, and was a key organizer of the WTO Protests in Hong Kong in 2005.
In addition to her coursework at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, The Evergreen State College, and the Stella Adler Acting Conservatory, she was an Arts & Culture correspondent for Shift Magazine, directed numerous short films and music videos, and is now in postproduction on a feature documentary she shot for 4 years about the relationship between iconic modernist architect Mies van der Rohe and his grandson.
She is a member of the groups Summit and Nexus. She lives and works between New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.