Katharine Nasielski

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Katharine Nasielski is an experienced foreign policy professional with a strong track record in building strategic relationships that strengthen and diversify the reach of organizations. She has expertise in strengthening civil society, public-private partnerships, project management, coalition-building, policy analysis, and public diplomacy.

Katharine is currently an M.S. in Foreign Service candidate at Georgetown University, focusing her studies on the intersection of human rights and security policy. While pursuing her degree she has worked with Ambassador Mark Lagon at Freedom House on US-Saudi relations, culminating in published work on Freedom House’s blog and in national press outlets. She has also assisted Dr. Gale Mattox at the Wilson Center in her upcoming book project on women in national security and combat integration.

Previously, she served as the Director of National Initiatives at the Embassy of Israel to the US where she directed national outreach strategy on behalf of the Minister of Public Diplomacy, and as a legislative assistant and communications associate at the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism. Katharine earned her BA from Northwestern University in 2011 in Political Science and Middle Eastern Studies. Katharine is also a founding board member of Jewish Women International’s Young Women’s Leadership Network and was the director of the Northwestern University Conference on Human Rights, the largest student-run human rights conference in the United States.

Twitter @knasielski.

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