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Kate Randolph is the Program Manager for the Global Cancer Disparities Initiatives (GCDI) Program at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. GCDI’s mission is to improve outcomes for cancer patients in sub-Saharan Africa using collaborative research and training. Kate provides management and support for strategic program development and works with faculty to develop and implement educational, research and capacity-building projects. She brings over 20 years of international experience working in program management, fundraising, business development and education. She has previously managed reproductive health programs in Africa, Asia and Latin America. For several years she served as a director of international programs at Fordham University’s Graduate School of Business. Prior to joining the Global Disparities Initiatives at Memorial Sloan Kettering, Kate managed a certificate program at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health that focused on providing humanitarian assistance in complex emergencies around the globe. Kate holds a Master’s degree from Columbia University where she studied Arabic and classical Islamic law.