Kim Woodhouse manages the Women’s Global Health Imperative program, which focuses on addressing health inequities around the world. She works with teams to ensure quality data and sound data-management practices, collaborating with stakeholders to ensure clear communication, enhance efficiency, and help resolve conflicts when necessary. Kim is the current Co-Chair of the Black Employee Resource Group Ally Committee and is driven to support racial equity and diversity here at RTI and beyond. Her leadership work contributes to WGHI’s high quality research success on HIV prevention, intimate partner violence, economic opportunity, and other factors that affect women’s and community health.
Ms. Woodhouse’s professional background includes extensive experience running large, NIH-funded clinical trials at Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School and the University of California, San Francisco, the former home of the Women’s Global Health Imperative. She has held managerial and administrative roles within UCSF, working both in clinical research education for medical students and within the Clinical and Translational Science Institute. In 2017, she rejoined WGHI, which had become part of RTI in 2009. Kim is a trained mediator who has a passion for building strong teams. She is a member of the International Ombudsman Association.