Katherine Wright

Kate WrightKatherine Wright
 Charlestown, MA
Degrees Held: MPH, Boston University
BA, The College of Wooster
Email: katherine_wright@hsph.harvard.edu

Kate begins her training at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health following 10+ years of designing and implementing large-scale global health and development programs, focused on improved service delivery and effective and high-quality health systems. She’s particularly interested in thinking about how implementers and researchers can more effectively collaborate to explore, design, adapt, and rigorously assess service delivery platforms and models to ensure high-quality health services and improved health for all.

She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from the College of Wooster and a Masters in Public Health from Boston University School of Public Health. Prior to beginning her doctoral studies, Kate was a Senior Technical Advisor for Maternal and Child Health at Management Sciences for Health where she designed and supported the implementation of large-scale programs for improved health service delivery and strengthened health systems.

She lives in Boston with her husband and three children.

Student News and Publications

June 2022
Rubenstein, B., Chinkhumba, J., Chilima, E., Kwizombe, C., Malpass, A., Cash, S., Wright, K., Troell, P., Nsona, H., Kachale, F., Ali, D., Kaunda, E., Lankhulani, S., Kayange, M., Mathanga, D., Munthali, J., Gutman, J. (2022). A cluster randomized trial of delivery of intermittent preventive treatment of malaria in pregnancy at the community level in Malawi. Malaria Journal. BMC