Kathi Huber

Pronouns: she/her


Kathi Huber BS ’76, after decades of living in Peru, moved with her husband Milo in 2019 to Maryville, Tennessee, to be closer to their four granddaughters. During the early COVID-19 years, she wrote the 75-year history of the American School of Lima, set against the backdrop of Peru’s turbulent sociopolitical dramas. The book was published in Peru in 2022. Last November, the couple was back in Lima for the launch of Patya y los misterios de Nasca, Kathi’s novel set in ancient Peru. The book, which is written in Spanish, is a coming-of-age story about a reluctant leader. It’s currently available only in Peru; however, it can be delivered to the States via buscalibre (https://www.buscalibre.us/libro-patya-y-los-misterios-de-nasca/9786124781193/p/55725519). The English version should be out by next year.