Working as an advocate and community educator for over a decade, Kate believes that strong and connected communities hold the answers to healing from and preventing violence. Kate is responsible for resource development and technical assistance, and helps to coordinate the National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence. She is interested in community-based policies and programs that support survivors and the connection of health and relationships throughout the lifespan. She holds an MPH from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health as a Bloomberg American Health Initiative Fellow. BA from the University of Michigan.