Kathleen M. Cody is the Executive Director of American Bone Health and the Foundation for Osteoporosis Research and Education. Kathleen brings over 35 years of executive management experience to the challenges surrounding the public education of osteoporosis. With a passion for individual engagement and empowerment, she works with scientists and researchers to provide easy to use and understand tools and resources for the public. She has assembled coalitions of individuals and agencies to address important bone health issues such as creating a National Awareness Campaign for Older Women and developing the Athletic and Performance Energy Deficit Initiative. Most recently, Kathleen is embarking on projects to improve osteoporosis awareness and outreach in the Chinese and Latino communities.
Kathleen received her BA from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and is an honors graduate of the University of San Francisco’s Executive MBA program.