I have the power to decide my attitude for approaching each new day.
As the Vice President of Programs, Katy Suellentrop is responsible for overseeing a portfolio of projects aimed at systems-level change to ensure that all people have the power to decide if, when, and under what circumstances to get pregnant. Specifically, her team provides training and technical assistance to different systems at the state and community level. These systems include colleges, child welfare agencies, family and juvenile court judges, and clinicians and other providers. She also directs efforts to enable early innovation in sexual and reproductive health promotion. Her favorite part of the job is helping people connect the dots and try something new to address unplanned pregnancy in their communities.
Katy received her BA from Northwestern University and her MPH from Emory University. Katy lives with her husband Mike and three children, Liam, Connor, and Grace in Arlington. She usually spends her free time outside playing.