Kate White is a specialist in Emergency Response and Public Health for Medecins Sans Frontieres’ Emergency Support Department based in Amsterdam. She has extensive field experience working in humanitarian and conflict settings implementing a wide range of medical and public health programming. Kate is a lead member of MSF’s working group on engaging with the WHO Emergency Medical Team initiative, she is also currently responsible for managing the Ebola and Measles Outbreaks in DRC for MSF.
Before embarking on her Humanitarian career Kate worked as a Registered Nurse in Australia where she also pursued her Masters in International Public Health. She is passionate about responding to complex humanitarian emergencies and improving the response to communicable disease outbreaks.