Senior Technical Advisor (Product Development and Introduction), FHI 360
Kate H. Rademacher is an innovative public health leader with 18 years of experience in family planning program design, management, and evaluation. She currently works on the Product Development and Introduction team in the Global Health, Population and Nutrition group at FHI 360, where she co-leads FHI 360’s family planning strategy and supports the development and introduction of new and underutilized contraceptives in low-resource settings. She is the project director for the Learning about Expanded Access and Potential (LEAP) Initiative and oversees a portfolio of activities under the USAID-funded Envision FP and Innovate FP projects.
On November 17‒18, 2020, a virtual technical consultation on contraceptive-induced menstrual changes (CIMCs) convened experts in the fields of family planning and menstrual health. This meeting was coordinated by FHI 360 through the Research for ...
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