Kate Reynolds Thorson
Engagement Manager

Kate works with clients to guide strategy development, operational and program design, and investment planning, facilitated by evidence-based decision making.

Kate has over 12 years of experience working with nonprofits and foundations for improved social impact, including implementing global health and development programs. Prior to Camber, Kate was the Rwanda Program Manager for Partners In Health, where she worked to bring innovative community-based healthcare and social programs to rural communities.

Kate earned her MBA from the Foster School of Business at the University of Washington, where she was a START Global Innovation Fellow and a Leadership Fellow at the Center for Leadership and Strategic Thinking. She hails from the Midwest where she earned her B.S. and graduated with distinction and honors from the University of Wisconsin. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, trail running, and adventurous cooking for family and friends.

Posts by Kate Reynolds Thorson

Reproductive Rights, Health, Justice: A Camber Conversation

Social impact consulting firm Camber Collective has been serving clients and partners in the Reproductive Health, Rights and Justice space for the past five years. In this time, we've been fortunate enough to work with leading organizations in the sector, and as we confronted the likely end of Roe v. Wade, we thought it pertinent to share about the work we've done in collaboration with these partners that is specifically focused on improving and expanding equitable access to abortion services, as well as share some opportunities for people to translate anger and frustration into action.
By: Kate Reynolds Thorson, Benjamin Jenson, Rozella Kennedy