Kathryn Kingman (she/her) is a Nurse Project Manager in the BHCHP Institute. She received her BSN from Villanova University and MPH from Boston University while working at Boston Children’s Hospital. Her desire to address social determinants of health, health disparities, and work in the community with marginalized populations, brought her to Boston Health Care for the Homeless. She started as a nurse care manager in the Behavioral Health Community Partners Program, then moved into the newly formed Clinical Program Manager role to support nurse practice in the complex care management space. As a project manager Kathryn works across teams on initiatives that advance the mission of BHCHP and continues her nursing practice in outpatient clinics and the Barbara McInnis House.
Areas of interest: Complex care management, trauma informed care, project management, patient centered care, substance use disorder treatment, public health