Curriculum Vitae

Master of International Policy (MIP)

Katherine is a student within the Master of International Policy program, working as a graduate research assistant within the Center for International Trade and Security. Her passion for travel paired with her love for the interdisciplinary facet of international affairs pushed her towards pursuing her Masters, and she hopes in the future to become a security intelligence analyst within the public sector.

Education

B.A., The University of Georgia, International Affairs (minor in Public Policy & Management, Certificate in Global Studies) 2018

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During her undergraduate career at The University of Georgia, Katherine served as the President of the Sigma Iota Rho International Affairs Honor Society, coordinating networking events between society members and professors in the School of Public and International affairs. She co-founded the first ever collegiate chapter of Free The Girls, a nonprofit dedicated to raising awareness and funds for women who have been rescued from sex trafficking in El Salvador, Uganda, and Mozambique. Katherine was selected by top school administrators to serve as an official ambassador for The University of Georgia as a member of The Arch Society, representing the University at ceremonies, groundbreakings, and meetings at the state capitol. Upon completion of her undergraduate career, she was inducted into the Hesperia Society, the highest honor a sorority woman at UGA can receive, which is based on their involvement on campus, leadership in their chapter, and willingness to help the community.

Of Note
  • Graduate Research Assistant in the Center for International Trade and Security
Research Interests

Katherine has completed research as an undergraduate research assistant with topics ranging from American foreign policy in the Middle East during the Reagan administration to the analysis and classification of human rights violations in Angola.  Other personal areas of interest include US/Cuba relations, intranational ethnic conflict, and the relationship between terrorism and the media.