Kathryn Floyd '05


Floyd provides media consulting for large international conferences and security summits in the Middle East and Southeast Asia. She also teaches undergraduate courses on insurgency and terrorism and African conflicts at the College while pursuing her Ph.D. in Strategic Studies at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University. Her current research is focused on immigrant youth violence and contemporary terrorism. Previously, Floyd served under Chief Judge Thammanoon Phitayaporn of Thailand, assisting his staff with research projects and reports on international dispute resolution. She later worked with Attorney General McDonnell as an intern and staff member from 2003-2005. As a student at the College, Floyd was involved in the Student Assembly and the Intersorority Council and was a member of the International Relations Club and Phi Mu. Floyd also holds a M.A. from King’s College London.

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