Kathryn Stewart, MPP
As the Deputy Director of CAMI Health, Kathryn Stewart – who joined in early 2010 – applies her 20-year experience in sexual and reproductive health prevention, policy, and research to coordinate a spectrum of projects aimed to advance the development and introduction of multipurpose prevention technologies (MPTs).
She holds a BA in Politics and International Relations from Scripps College in Claremont, CA and received her Master's in Public Policy from UC Berkeley with a special focus on maternal and child health. Previously, Kathryn has worked at the Guttmacher Institute, Kaiser Permanente, the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals, and Planned Parenthood. She also served as a Rural Health and Small Business Development Volunteer for the Peace Corps in Cote D'Ivoire and interned for the Population Council in Mexico City.
Kathryn enjoys adventuring with her husband, their two sons, and three dogs/pup; as well as experimenting in the kitchen with new recipes -- which she often shares with the CAMI team.