Karen Goldstein

As the Director of Communications, Karen Goldstein, MPH, leads the development and execution of strategic communications plans for ZERO TO THREE’s priority campaigns and initiatives.

Karen Goldstein

Director of Communications

Email: kgoldstein@zerotothree.org

Ms. Goldstein is a seasoned behavior change specialist dedicated to creating mission-driven, impactful communications that motivate and inspire action on pressing public health challenges. Her experience includes strategic planning, program and materials development, communications research and evaluation, and partnership development for social marketing and health communications programs. Before joining ZTT, Ms. Goldstein was a Senior Vice President at Ogilvy managing multi-year and multi-million dollar communications programs on topics ranging from women’s health, chronic disease, and cancer. On behalf of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, she led the award-winning What is Brain Health? campaign, an integrated, large-scale awareness campaign to help older Americans know what they can do to keep their brains healthy as they age.

Karen holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and History from Duke University and a Master’s degree in Public Health from the Health Behavior and Health Education Department at the University of North Carolina’s School of Public Health.