Katherine joins the USGLC after multiple internships in federal government, including the USAID Legislative Affairs Office and the Department of State Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Office. Katherine recently graduated from the University of California at Berkeley where she received her B.A. in Global Peace and Conflict with minors in Human Rights and French. While completing her undergraduate degree, she studied at the University of Geneva Global Studies Institute and University College London, and she led a student organization focused on ending labor trafficking. Katherine is originally from Orange County, California, but is thrilled to be back in Washington, D.C.
In annual January fashion, many organizations have released their 2022 crisis watch lists to flag conflicts that they expect to dominate the year ahead. To determine the nuances and overlaps of these various evaluations, we reviewed and synthesized...
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