Reframe Health and Justice
Kate D'Adamo is a partner at Reframe Health and Justice, a collective working at the intersections of harm reduction, healing justice and criminal-legal reform. Kate draws on a background of community organizing, lived experience, direct service provision and program development focused on the health and wellness of marginalized communities engaging in criminalized survival, with a focus on people who trade sex and use substances. At Reframe, Kate spearheads policy advocacy, training and technical assistance for service providers and capacity building for community-based organizations looking to engage in broad forms of change. Kate has previously worked in advocacy and direct service for people who trade sex, including people who have experienced trafficking, at the Sex Workers Project at the Urban Justice Center and Give Way to Freedom. Kate is currently based in Baltimore, Maryland.