Kathryn is a health communications and medical market researcher with expertise in linguistic insights, ethnography, human-centered design and unstructured data analysis. Motivated by her own family’s experience with chronic illness, she has focused her work on in-depth, disease-state specific research across a variety of conditions including Type II Diabetes, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, rare disease, and Oncology. Prior to Inspire, Kathryn supported partners across the healthcare space, including top 50 pharmaceutical companies, private and federal health systems, as well as digital technology partners focusing on patient experience across the continuum of care. Kathryn holds her M.A. in Language and Communication from Georgetown University, and her B.A. in Linguistics from the College of William & Mary.
Title: Senior Research Manager
Interest: Research, patient-centricity, linguistics, communication, engagement