Katie Forth is an associate at FasterCures, a center of the Milken Institute, serving as a research analyst for core programmatic work within the nonprofit capacity-building portfolio. Prior to joining FasterCures, Forth worked as an intern at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Washington, DC, where she assisted on public health policy and prevention projects, including surveillance modernization projects and congressional hearing preparation. Additionally, Forth worked as a research assistant on the CoronaNet Research Project, helping to code COVID-19 policy responses enacted in Equatorial Guinea into a global database. Her interests include public health policy, food security, and health equity. Forth received a BA in international relations with a concentration in global health from the School of International Service at American University.