Dr. Catherine Johnson, DO Co-Founder & Charter Board Member, Plates of Hope® Director of Finance
Catherine is a practicing Internal Medicine physician manager at Automatic Data Processing (ADP), one of the world’s largest providers of Human Capital Management. With over 23 years of experience working as a primary care and urgent care physician, Catherine is passionate about helping people achieve true health through lifestyle medicine. She is currently the chairperson of the ADP Health & Wellness Committee, serves on the ADP National Wellness Committee, is a member of the International Women’s Inclusion Network, and has been a speaker at several conferences focusing on lifestyle medicine.
She received her medical degree from Midwestern University and completed her internship at the University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences in Chicago and her residency at Lutheran General Hospital, an affiliate of the University of Chicago. She did her undergraduate work at Wheaton College and George Williams College where she received her Bachelor of Science degree.
Catherine has been involved with various children’s organizations for many years and is the co-founder of Plates of Hope®. She has a deep personal interest in the organizations supported by Plates of Hope® because all have impacted her life in a significant and personal way.