Kate is an HIV advocate with an interest in clinical advances related to HIV treatment, as well as public policies related to treatment and support. She is excited to be a Community Scientific Subcommittee representative for the REPRIEVE study, which seeks to answer a crucial question within the HIV community, concerning the increased risk of cardiovascular disease. Kate is also thrilled to be a part of the REPRIEVE study which actively seeks to include underserved populations, such as women, within clinical studies.

Kate currently serves on the Community Scientific Subcommittee of the ACTG (Advancing Clinical Therapeutics Globally), as well as the community advisory board with the Ohio State University AIDS Clinical Trials Unit. In addition, Kate is involved as a Board Member for Rise Up to HIV, Inc., as well as a blogger for The Well Project’s, A Girl Like Me.

Kate graduated with a B.S. in Education from The Ohio State University and a post-baccalaureate Paralegal Certificate from Capital University Law School.