Katherine Collin is an assistant teaching professor and associate director of the MA in Conflict Resolution. Her Ph.D. is from American University's School of International Service in International Relations. Dr. Collin’s research is on the role of elections in post-conflict transitions, in particular the use of referendums in peace processes.
Prior to Georgetown, Katy was an instructor of conflict analysis and international relations at American University and a postdoctoral fellow at the Brookings Institution. Dr. Collin has a background in post-conflict election advising and administration. She worked with the United Nations, International Organization for Migration, and IFES on electoral projects on peace operations in several states.