Kate Godden is a Principal Nutrition expert with more than 25 years’ experience of working in the development and humanitarian sectors.   She has noteworthy academic experience, 10 years +, lecturing at MSc level giving leadership on global nutrition programming, food security, nutrition in emergencies modules.  She also has significant experience in programme evaluation.

Kate has worked in more than 20 countries with varied stakeholders – government, donor, NGO – across the nutrition arena covering programme planning, policy, governance and evaluation.   She is experienced within the SUN movement promoting and using a multi-sector approach to policy and programming to enable holistic guidance and recommendations.

Kate originally trained at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and continues to contribute to distance learning and module development there.  She is also an accredited public health nutritionist with the Association for Nutrition and a qualified Dietitian.

Currently Kate is working in the UK, with Bags of Taste, tackling food poverty at grass roots and is supporting the Society of Apothecaries’ faculty of Conflict and Catastrophe Medicine.