Kathleen Welch is a former assistant professor, epidemiologist, and social scientist. She works as an adjunct professor of public health at the University of New England and an adjunct professor in global community health at Tulane University. Her father and grandmother who died from this devastating disease inspired her involvement in public health and Alzheimer’s advocacy.
Welch has a well-rounded and varied educational background. She earned a BA in Russian language and literature and master’s in education from Ohio State University. She also has a Master’s of Public Health, and a PhD in global health, epidemiology, and sociology from Tulane. She and her husband have received various awards and grants for public health campaigns, which incorporate the arts with public health and social justice.
She lives in New Orleans with her husband Alan McGillivray.
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