Katherine Wolff is a Nonresident Scholar with the Program on Economics and Energy. She is also an MA student at John's Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), where she is a recipient of the David and Lucile Packard Fellowship and the Dean’s Scholarship. During summer 2022, she was a Rosenthal Fellow with the Office of the Special Envoy for Yemen at the US Department of State. Previously, she was associate director for the Atlantic Council's Scowcroft Middle East Security Initiative, where her portfolio included regional security, economic transitions, and the Arab Gulf states. Also at the Atlantic Council, she worked with the Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security and the Rafik Hariri Center for the Middle East, where she focused on political transitions in North Africa. She completed her BA in public and international affairs with a minor in Near Eastern studies at Princeton University, where she conducted research on Tunisia’s political parties.
Bachelor’s in the School of Public and International Affairs with a certificate in Near Eastern Studies, Princeton University
Master of arts in international relations, John’s Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies
Issues of expertise:
Energy, economic and political transitions, Arab Gulf states