Katherine Stanfill is a lifelong runner and an established public health professional. She earned her Master of Public Health from Emory University and gained experience at the CDC, focusing on data analytics. Currently she is the manager of patient access and experience within Georgia for The Southeast Permanente Medical Group, of Kaiser Permanente. Her role involves directing strategy on how to provide for the healthcare needs to 300,000+ members across the expansive Atlanta metro area. Her focus is in developing an equitable, environmental infrastructure to bring strong healthcare outcomes to all. You can find Ms. Stanfill running the Atlanta Beltline, training for Atlanta Track Club races. While the half marathon is her favorite distance, the full marathon keeps drawing her back with a goal to complete the six World Major Marathons. She has run 10+ half marathons, a few sprint triathlons, and many local 5ks and 10ks.