Kate Goodin - past President

Kate Goodin is an epidemiologist with eight years of experience in applied public health at the local, state, and federal government levels. She has completed a Bachelor’s degree in Microbiology, a Master’s degree in Public Health with an emphasis on Epidemiology and Biostatistics, a certificate in Public Health Informatics, and is HITPro certified in Clinician/Practitioner Health Information Technology. She is an experienced technical writer and has been published over nine times in peer-reviewed publications on various epidemiological topics including infectious disease surveillance, environmental health, and epidemiology methods. Additionally, Ms. Goodin has presented over nineteen times at professional conferences. She has served in a professional capacity as a subject matter expert on epidemiology, data systems, surveillance, system integration, and interoperability. Ms. Goodin also has extensive experience translating technical topics to lay audiences and training users on operations of public health data systems. She currently serves on the Mayo Health Equity Community Advisory Board, is Arizona’s Informatics Champion to NACCHO, was previously a member of the Florida Department of Health IRB, and is excited to be involved further in AZPHA. In her time with AZPHA, Ms. Goodin hopes to expand professional development and workforce capacity training opportunities.