Katie Roders Turner is the Executive Director of the Family Healthcare Foundation. She is honored to lead the Family Healthcare Foundation, an organization that is devoted to connecting Tampa Bay residents to programs to improve healthcare outcomes, healthcare literacy, and mobilizing community partners to support collective knowledge. These services are provided to increase equitable access to high-quality healthcare and reduce health disparities in Tampa Bay.
Katie Roders Turner has expertise on policy, programmatic, and fiscal trends in health and human services at the federal, state, and local levels after serving in the public sector for almost 20 years. In every new role or experience, Katie maintains a passion for ensuring equitable access to high quality and affordable healthcare for individuals and families. They have been featured nationally on National Public Radio, CNN, and locally on ABC Action News and WMNF on behalf of the Family Healthcare Foundation.
Katie holds a Bachelor of Arts in Women/Gender Studies, a Master’s in Public Health, and has a demonstrated commitment to community service. They are a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer, an alumna of the Global Health Fellows Program with USAID, and served in AmeriCorps. Katie currently serves on multiple public health tasks forces and committees in Tampa Bay.