Kate for Congress Raises More Than $100,000 in First 24 Hours
Healthcare Expert to Challenge Steve Chabot in OH-01
CINCINNATI- Kate Schroder, candidate for the Democratic nomination in Ohio’s 1st Congressional District, announced that her campaign has brought in more than $100,000 since it’s July 9 launch announcement.
A fifth-generation Cincinnatian, Schroder has devoted her life to healthcare with more than 15 years in the public, private, and non-profit sectors. Most recently, she is a member of the Cincinnati Board of Health and served as Vice President at the Clinton Health Access Initiative, where she has a strong track record of improving treatment rates for childhood illnesses in low-resource countries.
“I’m overwhelmed by all the energy and support. It’s no secret that fundraising is an early indicator of excitement and enthusiasm in the campaign,” said Schroder. “This strong start inspires us to work even harder.”
Schroder grew up in Pleasant Ridge, and attended Nativity and Ursuline Academy before earning a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University and an MBA from the Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania.
She has been active in local politics and civic affairs. In 2016, she was appointed to the Cincinnati Board of Health where she serves as Finance Chair, and in 2017, was named a WCPO Next Nine honoree, recognizing nine rising stars who are transforming the healthcare sector.
Schroder and her husband, John Juech, live in Clifton and are parents to a daughter Josie (six) and a son Peter (four).