Kathryn Lee, CNM-WHNP graduated from the University of Utah with a Doctorate of Nursing Practice as a Certified Nurse Midwife and Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner. Prior to pursuing her goal of becoming a Nurse Midwife, Kathryn graduated with a BA in History and International Relations. These experiences led her to spend 27 months in rural Peru as a U.S Peace Corps Volunteer. During her time with Peace Corps, Kathryn worked alongside midwives to improve the maternal and child health conditions in the village where she lived. This experience shaped her passion for midwifery and her respect for physiological birth.
Kathryn cares deeply about providing holistic, individualized, and evidence-based care to women at all stages of their lives. While obtaining her Doctorate, Kathryn was involved in research regarding improving access to healthcare, nutritional interventions for women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, and improving the patient-provider relationship for women with obesity.
Originally from Ireland, Kathryn has lived in four countries and is fluent in Spanish. She is a lover of her family’s Border Collies, Guinness and Murphy, and her Corgi, Joffrey. Kathryn lives in Alpharetta and enjoys Zumba, finding the best Peruvian food she can, consignment shopping, cooking (or trying to), and traveling.