Research Assistant

Katelin is a Spring research assistant with the Fund for Peace. She completed a Bachelor’s degree in Government and Politics and a Bachelor’s degree in French at the University of Maryland, during which time she studied post conflict transformation in Rwanda and Uganda. Prior to joining FFP, Katelin taught English in France, interned at the Center for International Policy’s Security Assistance Monitor and with the Africa Program at PartnersGlobal, conducting research on US foreign security assistance, regional security dynamics and Women, Peace and Security (WPS) primarily in Sub-Saharan Africa. Katelin recently spent a year volunteering at a local political research group and teaching English in La Paz, Bolivia.



Washington, D.C.


B.A. (Government and Politics)

University of Maryland, College Park

B.A. (French)

University of Maryland, College Park