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 Kate Winseck, MSW

Communications Coordinator and Advisory Committee Designated Federal Official

Photo of Kate Winseck, MSWMrs. Winseck is the Communications Coordinator for the National Children's Study.

In her duties as Communications Coordinator she is responsible for managing external communications with federal and non-federal Study supporters, and internal communications with NCS contractors and Program Office staff. Mrs. Winseck also oversees strategic community outreach planning, development, and implementation.

Mrs. Winseck also serves as the Designated Federal Official/Executive Secretary for the Federal Advisory Committee of the Study, managing the membership and meetings of the Advisory Committee.

Mrs. Winseck came to the National Institutes of Health in 2003 as a Presidential Management Fellow with the National Cancer Institute. Prior to coming to NIH, she held a number of research and clinical social work positions in Philadelphia, New Jersey, and western Massachusetts. The focus of her work was on community health, specifically maternal and child health within underserved communities.

Mrs. Winseck holds a Masters in Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania School for Social Policy and Practice, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from Gettysburg College.