Katherine is a consultant for GHS with a passion for telling the stories that need to be told. At GHS, she has worked on a variety of conferences and events, with her work centering around maternal, newborn and child health and access to vaccines.
Prior to joining GHS, Katherine worked in Boston, managing two children and a puppy. She has also worked with orphans and vulnerable children at a maternal, newborn and child health clinic and education center in South Africa and with marginalized populations in Serbia.
Katherine graduated from Princeton University with an undergraduate degree in American Politics and a certificate in Global Health and Health Policy. While there, she conducted independent research on HPV vaccine hesitancy in the US and wrote her senior thesis on politics and funding around the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC).