Armed & Fabulous | A Heart For Adventure: Katherine Brown Ohlhausen

posted on July 23, 2020

Katherine Brown Ohlhausen is most at ease when she's outdoors enjoying nature and exploring the world with her husband, Eric, and two children, Wallis and Marshall. Whether it's a hunting safari in Africa or a year-long trip around the globe, Katherine is never one to shy away from a new challenge or a thrilling adventure. As an avid shooter, hunter and passionate philanthropist, Katherine has dedicated her life to positively influencing lives wherever she goes—a tradition passed down to her by her parents and which she has instilled in her own children.

Her parent's legacy not only left an impact on her heart, but an impact on future generations. Today, Katherine continues their charitable work, serving the community and underprivileged children through their namesake philanthropic foundation that has led to numerous fundraising efforts throughout the Atlanta, Ga., area. Katherine’s appreciation for philanthropy, the shooting sports and the Second Amendment were a natural fit for the NRA Women's Leadership Forum, where she served as co-chair of the 2017 NRA Women's Leadership Forum Luncheon and Auction in Atlanta.

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