Carey Kluttz is currently a Fulbright-Clinton Fellow placed with SODEMI, the national mining company of Côte d’Ivoire, where she is conducting a study on the socioeconomic impact of artisanal gold mining. Under the independent component of her Fellowship, Carey is supporting the development of Côte d’Ivoire’s first Open Government Partnership National Action Plan. Prior to her Fellowship Carey was a Consultant with the World Bank for over three years, where she focused on good governance in the extractive industries, primarily in Francophone Sub-Saharan Africa. She also worked on Open Contracting, a global movement to promote disclosure and participation in public contracting. Before joining the World Bank, Carey served as Executive Director of the Bridges of Understanding Foundation, a not-for-profit foundation dedicated to fostering understanding between the United States and the Arab world. Carey holds a B.A. in French and Anthropology from the University of Virginia, and an M.A. in Middle East and Islamic Studies with Arabic from the American University of Paris (AUP), where her thesis focused on nonviolent resistance.