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Kate Gottung is an Associate Consultant who joined Day Health Strategies in 2019. Kate supports Day Health Strategies’ client teams with project management, meeting facilitation, decision support, and deliverable creation. She helps with the design of presentation materials, conducts research for both internal use and client purposes, tracks Massachusetts and national health policy, supports DHS consultants on client projects, and assists with marketing and website projects.
Prior to joining DHS, Kate worked at both private and public consulting and leadership development firms. She was a key contributor to the successful growth of Kennesaw State University’s Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery, designing evidence-based recovery programming for over 90 students, while supporting the Executive Director and staff. Additionally, Kate served as a senior training manager for the City of Atlanta at Hartsfield- Jackson International airport, the busiest in the world. She is experienced in strategy design and deployment, project management, communications and content development.
Kate received her MPH from Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University in Atlanta, GA, concentrating in Health Policy and Management. During her time there, she was an active member of the Emory Mental Health Alliance and Emory’s newly founded student chapter Georgia Health Care Executives. Kate is passionate about increasing mental health services, improving access to care, influencing a more patient-centered system, and tying business outcomes and strategies to these goals.