Karin Hoops Berg is an award-winning partner at Katten Muchin Rosenman, a top national law firm, where she focuses on cases of “insolvency, bankruptcy, complex loan workouts and restructurings, and secured and unsecured financing.” Berg works with clients at all stages of money-lending relationships, and across many industries, from healthcare to manufacturing. She’s involved in the Turnaround Management Association and chair of the Chicago Network of the International Women’s Insolvency and Restructuring Confederation.
Berg received a BA (1998) and a JD (2003) from BYU, and her BYU relationship continues by serving on the Kennedy Center Advisory Board and has been a volunteer leader organizing events in the Chicago area. She also serves as a board member of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society Chicago Chapter. Berg acknowledges the role her BYU experience has had in grounding her and helping her grow. In whatever realm she’s in, whether helping refugees and immigrants, serving as Young Women’s president, or cheering on her kids at lacrosse and soccer games, her life reflects the Kennedy Center’s motto: Expand your world.