About Katelyn C. Jones, PhD
Katelyn Jones is the Women, Peace, and Security Fellow at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs and Public Fellow for the American Council of Learned Societies. She specializes in weaving together advanced qualitative and quantitative methodologies to give insight into human behaviors, and using these insights to make recommendations for improved processes and programming. Her most recent research concerns gender politics in institutions, and is especially focused on gender mainstreaming in policy formation and implementation.
At the Chicago Council, Katelyn has moderated and created content for high-level roundtables equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI). She also writes white papers on institutions' EDI and prepares regular brownbag conversations on EDI for Council staff. Katelyn received three certificates in EDI training from the National Conference on Diversity Race and Learning in 2019.
Katelyn earned a PhD and MA in political science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and an AB in government from Georgetown University. Prior to joining the Council, she was visiting faculty in international politics at the University of Richmond and Barnard College. Katelyn has also worked at the Center for Religious Freedom in Washington, DC, and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency in St. Louis.
Her research has been selected for presentations at the London School of Economics’ Centre for Women, Peace, and Security, as well as Women In International Security’s Next Generation Symposium on the future of WPS, the Institute of Politics at the University of Chicago, Urban Labs, the UN Working Group to End Homelessness, and the Global Forum on Women in Science Education and Research.
What I'm currently thinking about...
Inclusive Research and Development
Conversations about inclusion are all too often separate from conversations about best research practices. Recognizing this problematic gap, I am finalizing an Inclusive R&D toolkit, intended to be used by conventional experts and anyone else trying to foster inclusion in their research teams and their products. It draws on experiences of practitioners across industries and novel research methodologies.
Gender Dynamics of Violence in Chicago
This project weaves together narratives about violence from organizations addressing violence, donors funding work to reduce violence, and people directly impacted by violence. It will bring forward stories of violence that are often silent, ignored, or underrepresented in efforts to address violence in the city. It will use these narrative accounts to illuminate gaps in programming and uncover new avenues for reducing violence in the city.
Recent Publications and Interviews
MORE THAN LEANING IN: INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE AND AN INTERSECTIONAL APPROACH TO SUPPORTING WOMEN IN SCIENCE
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