Katie Steele, MA, has seven years of research, grant writing, and project management experience. She joined the Meadows Institute in June 2023 and has played a vital role in our work related to various behavioral health integration initiatives and regional assessments across the Health Systems Integration team. She was particularly instrumental in the success of the Collaborative Care Model Technical Assistance Tool (“Five Tools”).
In her role at the Meadows Institute, Katie supports the Health Systems Integration team in a variety of projects and implementation efforts in the primary setting related to Behavioral Health Integration and Collaborative Care, including several initiatives related to perinatal mental health and FQHCs.
Katie has a Master’s of Arts in Psychology (emphasis: child development) from the University of Texas at Austin and is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Psychology, with a specialization inDevelopmental Psychology, at the University of Texas at Austin. She lives in Austin, Texas, with her partner and two pups.