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Kathryn Flowers

About

Kathryn Flowers is the education coordinator for the integrated behavioral health scholars’ program in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. In this role, she manages the operations and logistics for the program and coordinates the cross-campus collaboration. Flowers supports related programs in integrated behavioral health, social determinants of health and diversity recruitment for behavioral health professions.

She is passionate about educational initiatives and working to train the next generation of behavioral health providers to deliver comprehensive, culturally-informed care. Prior to joining Dell Med, she worked at TEXAS Extended Campus at UT Austin and at Texas 4000 for Cancer as a program manager.

Flowers holds a Bachelor of Arts in theatre and dance and a Master of Public Affairs from The University of Texas at Austin. She is highly involved in civic life, serving as chair of the City of Austin’s Bicycle Advisory Council, president of the Terry Scholar Alumni Association and member of the Terry Foundation’s Advisory Board.