Kate Sullivan
Director of Health Care Policy, U.S. Chamber of Commerce

"Critical Issues in Health Coverage: The Challenge for Small Employers"

November 21 , 2003
12:00 - 1:30 PM

Colonial Penn Center Auditorium


Kate Sullivan joined the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in February 1999 and is the organization's Director of Health Care Policy. In her capacity representing small and large businesses alike, Kate determines the Chamber's position and recommends courses of action with regard to legislative and regulatory proposals. Prior to joining the Chamber, Kate was with a non-profit multi-provider health system in Chicago, where as Director of Government Programs she was responsible for finance and planning for the system's Medicare and Medicaid clientele.

Her public sector experience includes serving as Senior Health Policy Advisor to U.S. Representative Nancy Johnson (R-Connecticut), who currently chairs the House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Health, and as Senior Legislative Assistant to former U.S. Representative Harris W. Fawell (R-Illinois, 1985-1999). Kate was former Illinois Governor Jim Edgar's (R) Washington Representative for health and welfare policy for his first four-year term (1991-1995), and had previously been affiliated with the law firm of Reed, Smith, Shaw & McClay where she represented numerous medical specialty providers and providers of both acute and long-term care health services.

Kate earned her Master's of Health Services Administration from the George Washington University and her undergraduate degree in American Government and English from Georgetown.

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