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Kate Henvey Demoss
PhD Student
Office Hours: WF 1:50-2:50, 318 Norman Mayer

Biography

Serving as a policymaker and researcher in international economics, trade and development for over fifteen years, Kate Henvey DeMoss has worked at the World Bank Group, the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Office of International Affairs and the North American Development Bank. Her research interests focus on the trade and foreign aid policies of the U.S. and Western Europe, Latin America and international and multilateral institutions.

She is a PhD candidate in the political science department at Tulane University, holds a MA from the Georgetown School of Foreign Service, and a BA in political science from Trinity University, Texas. You can follow Kate on the World Bank blog ‘People, Spaces, Deliberation and on twitter (@katehdemoss).