Katie Wozniak is currently Vice President of Clinical Research serving the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation, leading the Multiple Myeloma Research Consortium in the development and advancement of treatments for patients with multiple myeloma. Most recently, Katie served as system Director of Clinical Trials Research for Advocate Aurora Health. In this role, Katie was responsible for developing strategy and research operations teams in oncology, neuroscience and other specialty areas. With over 20 years of experience in clinical research operations within academic medicine, community healthcare, and industry settings, Katie’s leadership experience is both dynamic and extensive.
Katie holds a bachelor’s degree in US history from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and has completed graduate studies in medical history and pharma drug law at the University of Chicago, along with clinical trials and healthcare regulatory compliance at Northwestern University. A steadfast proponent of regulatory and quality compliance, she has led numerous clinical operations quality initiatives in the healthcare, medical device, and pharma sectors. Passionate about leadership and engaging team members, Katie is a graduate of the Leadership Greater McHenry County, and actively volunteers in community non-profit organizations and causes. Dedicated to advancing clinical trials access across a variety of clinical sectors and communities, Katie’s focus on leading teams to achieve excellence through collaborative strategic planning and individualized professional development, creating efficiencies and building processes that work, are guided by her experience, studies, and passion for servant leadership within healthcare.