Senior Program Officer, Advocacy
N. Kate Cho, MHS, has 13 years of international public health experience with a focus on family planning and reproductive health issues. Prior to joining the Gates Institute, she worked for Management Sciences for Health where she played a key role in MSH’s global and field project implementation of state-of-the-art interventions in family planning. Before working at MSH, she worked for Abt Associates, where she provided technical expertise to a DFID-funded family planning project in Zambia and led a qualitative study on addressing barriers to adolescent sexual and reproductive health.
Kate has worked on several political campaigns in the U.S. and brings her grassroots advocacy and field organizing skills to the position. She graduated from Yale University in 2003 with a BA in history and from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in 2007 with a master of health science, specializing in population, family, and reproductive health.