Katherine Bourne (Kate) is a consultant in global public health, with a particular interest in reproductive rights and health, gender and HIV. Projects have included developing conceptual frameworks, designing program strategies, and designing and conducting evaluations for private sector, United Nations, foundation, and nongovernmental organization clients. Kate has taught at NYU Wagner School of Public Policy and the Bard Globalization and International Affairs Program. She was Vice President for International Policy and Regional Programs at the International Women’s Health Coalition, and prior to that Vice President for Country and Regional Programs at the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative. Kate has also worked with Pathfinder International, first as Country Representative for Vietnam and then as Director of Public Affairs. She lived in Beijing, China for several years as a consultant to the United Nations Population Fund. Katherine has a Master’s of Public Health in International and Family Health from the University of Texas in Houston and a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of Colorado at Boulder.