Käte/Käthe Meyer was born in Germany (year unknown) and died in Israel (year unknown). In her youth she lived in Berlin. Between 1920 and1921 she attended a full course in social work at the Soziale Frauenschule, the social women's school in Berlin-Schöneberg. After completing the course, she worked from 1921 through 1922 at the Komittee Kinderhölle in Berlin, an organization which gave economic aid to German children and families. She subsequently did administrative work for the Prussian Union of Jewish communities between 1925 and 1927. She then held a position of responsibility as a social worker. Between 1927 and 1933 she worked as a social worker in a welfare office in Berlin-Mitte, dealing primarily with family welfare. In 1933, she immigrated to Palestine, where she first worked as a secretary for a short while in the Hitachduth Olei Germania, the Union of German Immigrants, in Tel Aviv. She applied to work as a social worker with Henrietta Szold in 1934.
Central Zionist Archives, Jerusalem (J17761/1); Alice-Salomon-Archives, Berlin (B.9)