International Women's Health Coalition
As IWHC’s Vice President for International Policy and Regional Programs, Kate Bourne manages a team of regional specialists who oversee financial and technical support of IWHC’s colleagues in Africa, Asia, and Latin America, and helps link their work to IWHC’s international policy objectives. Before joining IWHC in May, 2005, Ms. Bourne was most recently Vice President for Country and Regional Programs at the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI) in New York. Prior to this position, she served as IAVI’s Executive Vice President. From 1994 – 2001, Ms. Bourne worked with Pathfinder International, first as Country Representative for Vietnam and then as Director of Public Affairs in Watertown, MA. She lived in Beijing, China, from 1990 – 1993, where she was a consultant to the United Nations Population Fund. Ms. Bourne has a Master’s of Public Health degree in International and Family Health from the University of Texas in Houston and holds a BA in English Literature from the University of Colorado at Boulder.