Katherine Rodriguez

Communications Manager, Voices for Health Justice

As the Communications Manager for the Voices for Health Justice project, Katherine provides strategic communications support to community and state advocates. She also works to equip grantees with the communications tools to achieve their organizational goals.

Prior to joining Community Catalyst, Katherine led the social media launch of a COVID-19 testing technologies grant funded by the National Institutes of Health with the University of Massachusetts Medical School. In her past work, Katherine also served as the Public Affairs Director with the Dover Strategy Group, where she worked on activating and engaging online community groups and crafting digital communications messaging for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, American Heart Association, Doctors for America, and the Pennsylvania Health Access Network. She is passionate about health equity and social justice.

Katherine holds a bachelor’s degree in Public Relations and a minor in Psychology from Syracuse University and a master’s in public health with a focus on social and behavioral sciences from Temple University.

Community Catalyst works to ensure consumer interests are represented wherever important decisions about health and the health system are made: in communities, courtrooms, statehouses and on Capitol Hill.

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