Catherine (Cate) M. Bohn

Catherine (Cate) M. Bohn

Clinical Associate Professor
School of Public Health
Department of Health Policy, Management and Behavior


Health Sciences Campus 177

M.P.H., Health Policy and Management, University of California at Berkeley

B.S., Psychology with a Minor in Peace and Social Justice, Fordham University

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Cate Teuten Bohn, MPH, is the NY KIDS COUNT Director with the Council on Children and Families and a Clinical Practice Associate Professor with the UAlbany School of Public Health. At the Council, she coordinates the Kids’ Well-being Indicators Clearinghouse and aims to advance the use of children’s health, education and well-being indicators as a tool for policy development, planning, and accountability in New York State.

Ms. Teuten Bohn has over twenty years’ experience in governmental public health administration in California and New York with strong skills in community assessment, emergency preparedness and strategic planning, and staff development. Currently, Ms. Teuten Bohn teaches the Introduction to Public Health course at UAlbany School of Public Health. 

Areas of Interest

  • Maternal, Child, Youth and Family Health Children of Incarcerated Parents
  • Child Wellbeing Data 
  • Chemical Dependency 
  • Pregnant Women Reproductive and Sexual Health
  • GIS and mapping to support policy and program planning 
  • Using mobile app for government outreach and education - NY Parent Portal app

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