Catherine McKee works in the National Health Law Program’s Carrboro, North Carolina office. She works on reproductive justice and Medicaid issues including services, due process and access to care.
Before joining NHeLP, Catherine worked in San Francisco as a staff attorney at Legal Services for Prisoners with Children. At LSPC, she coordinated a statewide project that assisted incarcerated domestic violence survivors. Catherine began her legal career as a Soros Justice Fellow at the National Housing Law Project, where she advocated for increased access to affordable housing for individuals returning home from prison or jail.
Catherine is a 2009 graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law. She received her B.A. in Public Policy Studies from Duke University. She is admitted to the bar in California (inactive) and is awaiting admission to the bar in North Carolina.
She has a French Bulldog named Igor who is spotted like a cow, but sounds like a pig.