Katherine serves as Project Manager for the Deworming Innovation Fund’s Microplanning initiative in Kenya and Rwanda.
Katherine brings over 8 years of experience in global health, with a focus on program design and management. Prior to joining the END Fund in 2020, she completed a number of public health consulting projects with content ranging from neglected tropical diseases to COVID-19. She previously worked with Evidence Action for over 5 years, providing technical support to Ministries of Health in Africa and Asia to launch and scale high-quality deworming programs, ultimately managing the organization’s deworming portfolio in the Africa region. Katherine has lived and worked in Washington DC, Kenya, and Uganda, and is a Global Health Corps alumna.
Katherine holds Masters degrees in Public Health and Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis, and received her BA in Social Work from the University of Georgia. She is a certified running coach, avid half-marathoner, and a recreational tennis player who loves to cook and read.