Katie Hoffmann (Uganda)


Katie

Katie Hoffman (Kinawataka Women’s Initiatives - KIWOI): Katie received a bachelor’s degree in journalism and international studies from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She then served for two years as a city coordinator for the U.S. Fund for UNICEF Tap Project, which raises money to bring clean water to children in developing countries. At the time of her fellowship, Katie was pursuing a Master of Science in Foreign Service degree at Georgetown University with a concentration in international development. At Georgetown, Katie was the Vice President of Hoyas United in Graduate Service and managing editor of the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs. She also served as a graduate mentor for the Georgetown Women in International Affairs.



18 Jul

AND WE’RE OFF!

I wanted to give you all a quick update on our pilot program, which kicked

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Posted Jul 18, 2012

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03 Jul

MY KAMPALA “TAN”

As an Irish, light-haired girl from Chicago, I can count the number of times I’ve

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Posted Jul 03, 2012

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16 Jun

FIRST IMPRESSIONS: ENTREPRENEURSHIP

I’ve been in Bugolobi, a suburb of Kampala, for a little over a week. There’s

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Posted Jun 16, 2012

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30 May

STARTING OUT

It’s already May 28, and I’m heading to training tomorrow. I’ll have three days to

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Posted May 30, 2012

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