Dr. Katherine Kim is Associate Professor at the University of California Davis in the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing and the School of Medicine, Public Health Services Department-Health Informatics Division. She serves as the Director of Health Innovation Research in the UC Davis Center for Health & Technology and Senior Scientist for Health at CITRIS, a state innovation center housed at University of California Berkeley. Dr. Kim is a health informatics researcher specializing in participatory methods in digital health and clinical research networks. She leads ACTIVATE: a major effort to improve care and address social determinants health in rural and vulnerable communities with digital health and telehealth. Dr. Kim serves on the leadership team of pSCANNER: Patient-centered SCAlable National Network for Effectiveness Research, a stakeholder-governed, clinical data research network covering 50 million patients, and the California consortium of the national All of Us: Precision Medicine Research Program which seeks for create a one million person national cohort for data-driven health as unique as every individual. She started the International Summer Institute in Telehealth, Informatics, and Data Science, a training program of the Transatlantic Telehealth Research Network and CITRIS active in the US, Europe, and Asia. Dr. Kim has over 20 years of previous experience as a hospital and medical group manager, an entrepreneur–CEO of a venture-funded startup, leader of a technology incubator, and founder of a consulting firm—and in software product development with Oracle. She received a PhD at UC Davis, MPH/MBA at UC Berkeley, and BA at Harvard.