Kateri Donahoe received a B.A. in international relations from Boston University in May 2015, focusing on cultural anthropology and regional politics in the Middle East and Africa. She was admitted into a dual degree program with the BU School of Public Health in spring 2014 and will continue her graduate studies in global health in the fall, specializing in women’s reproductive health in conflict zones and disaster settings.
For the past year, Kateri has worked as an intern, and later as an operations assistant, for Mali Health Organizing Project, an international non-profit committed to reducing maternal and child mortality in West Africa.
She is passionate about combating violence against women, increasing access to information about sexual health and reproduction, and fostering a healthy future through adequate prenatal and neonatal care.