Kathleen G. Noonan, JD, is Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Wisconsin School of Law with a focus on health and government law. Before coming to Madison, she was founding Co-Director of PolicyLab, a cross-disciplinary research and policy center focused on children’s health and well-being at the Research Institute of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She was also Adjunct Faculty for the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program at the University of Pennsylvania and taught in the Masters in Public Health program. Before joining CHOP, Kathleen spent seven years as a Senior Associate and Engagement Manager with Casey Strategic Consulting, the consulting arm of the Annie E. Casey Foundation. While at Casey, Kathleen led engagements around the country aimed to produce significant public system reforms for the benefit of vulnerable children, families, and communities. Earlier in her career, Kathleen was a practicing attorney at the Boston firm of Hill & Barlow. She served as a law clerk to United States District Judge Morris E. Lasker and has worked in public policy positions in New York City with the Citizens’ Committee for Children of New York, Inc., and Bank Street College of Education.