Kathryn Stewart, MPP
As the Deputy Director at CAMI Health, Kathryn Stewart 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.
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. She joined CAMI in early 2010.