Katrina Dunlap is the Graduate Assistant for University Life Arlington. She provides planning and logistical details for University Life’s signature programs to include Pizza & Perspectives and Coffee & Conversations. In this role, she engages and partners with Mason student leaders on various student-led initiatives that will enhance academic life both socially and intellectually at the Arlington campus. Additionally, she serves as the Community Outreach Chair for the Association of Public Policy PhD Students.
Currently, Mrs. Dunlap is a second-year doctoral student in the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University. Her research interests include examining the social and financial impacts of extreme events, in particularly terrorism and natural disasters. She received an M.A. in Public Policy at George Mason University after completing a B.A. in Political Science at North Carolina Central University. Previously, she worked as a Senior Consultant providing analytical support, program performance evaluation, and technical writing expertise for the intelligence community and homeland security mission in previous employment opportunities.