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Katie Fuhs

Interested in the intersection of political science and cultural anthropology, Katie focuses on international development and security. As the Operations and Programs Coordinator for the Accountability Lab, she provides support for the implementation, facilitation, and oversight of Accountability Lab programs and events related to accountability, transparency, youth engagement, and citizen participation. Previous to her current position, Katie facilitated the participation of international security leaders and experts from democracies around the world at the 2018 Halifax International Security Forum. Before the Forum, she worked on behalf of Global Development Incubator on the development and expansion of a West African capacity-building and youth leadership program, Emerging Public Leaders. This program, which recruits and places promising young graduates in high-impact civil servant positions to accelerate development and create change within their governments, fostered her early interest in sub-Saharan Africa. Katie graduated cum laude from Dartmouth College, where she played Division 1 soccer and rugby. Katie also currently sits on the Global Fund for Children’s Youth Leadership Council.

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Five Ideas We Heard from 1,000+ Young Open Government Reformers

Read reflections from the Open Gov Digital Youth Summit and how young people are playing a critical role in pushing for a more transparent, fair and equitable response and recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.


Youth Power in Open Government

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