Kate Stonebraker, a Registered Nurse with a background in social science, joined the Center in 2016. She cares deeply about the voices and dignity of vulnerable populations, and has a particular interest in caretaking and issues surrounding death and dying. At the Center, she brings her knowledge as a nurse to the analysis and interpretation of medical records and health care events. She also writes about the intersection of Medicare policy, implementation, and measurable outcomes for beneficiaries.
Kate graduated magna cum laude from Yale University in 1998 with a BA in linguistic anthropology. In 2015 she earned her BSN summa cum laude from the Georgia Baptist College of Nursing of Mercer University.