Kaitlyn Saslow holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and German Studies from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She studied the MIA at the Hertie School, concentrating in Security and Sustainability. Her coursework focused on issues of democracy and good governance, economics and growth, digitalisation and social (in)equality, and international security. While in Berlin, Kaitlyn was part of a student-run organisation giving students and young professionals a platform for publishing policy papers. Her professional experience ranges from consulting for non-profits to working as a researcher and fellow at a start-up which helps public servants connect and facilitates knowledge sharing globally. Her positions have focused on scaling projects and policies and innovative means of empowering marginalised communities, with a specific focus on girls’ and women’s empowerment.
Master’s thesis title
Gendered social inequality and the new technological revolution