Kate is a consultant and clinical lead in Sexual and Reproductive Health at Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS trust. She is also the chair and founder of the charity Doctors For Nepal.
She holds a keen interest in global and women’s health, and medical education. She has held positions on the International Advisory Committee for the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, the Trainees Global Health Committee for the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and currently sits on the International Advisory Board at Patan Academy of Health Sciences, Nepal.
Educational positions include her current roles as the General Training program director for the FRSH in Kent, faculty member on World Extreme Medicine courses, the RCOG STAE course, and lecturer at Brighton and Sussex medical school. Kate presented and wrote “Namaste: A Himalayan Journey” – a multi award-winning documentary produced by Doctors For Nepal, and has made numerous media appearances, including on BBC Radio 4’s Women’s Hour.
In her “spare time” she tries to keep up with her 23 month-old baby twins, and she can be seen roaming over South downs with her Hungarian Vizsla to keep her fit for Nepal.