Kathleen Hatten


Peak Military Care Network


Kathleen (Kate) Hatten serves as President/CEO of the Peak Military Care Network (PMCN), whose mission is to connect military service members, veterans and their families to the highest quality resources provided by our trusted community partners. Through PMCN, Kate supports collaboration among military, VA, and community-based service providers, as well as business and community leaders. Kate, the spouse of an Air Force veteran, formerly served as Military Impact Planning program manager for the Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments (PPACG), coordinating the Fort Carson Regional Growth Plan and military-community partnering efforts, including addressing the community effects of military growth and deployments. Prior to returning to Colorado and joining PPACG, Ms. Hatten was a senior project manager for the International City/County Management Association in Washington, D.C., where she focused primarily on technology and utility issues affecting local governments.

She previously served in local government in Colorado, holding different positions with Douglas County, including assistant county manager. Ms. Hatten also served as legislative deputy for a Los Angeles City Councilmember, covering a wide range of topics, including community and economic development and public safety issues.

Ms. Hatten has Master of Public Administration from Syracuse University and Bachelor of Arts degree from Occidental College.

Ms. Hatten serves as Co-Chair of the Pikes Peak Community Veterans Engagement Board and the Military Families Council of the Association of Defense Communities and is a member of the Colorado Springs Chamber & EDC Military Affairs Council.

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