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Kent Davis-Packard

Former Brookings Expert, SAIS Women Lead Coordinator, Visiting Research Associate, Adjunct Professor of Middle East Studies and Global Theory and History – Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies

Kent Davis-Packard is coordinator of the SAIS Women Lead program, a visiting research associate, and an adjunct professor of Middle East studies and global theory and history at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). She developed and directs the SAIS Women Lead curricular program, including its practicum that partners students with public and private organizations on research that advances women. Davis-Packard piloted Johns Hopkins SAIS’s first course on global women’s issues: “Transcending Culture: Women as Agents of Change in the International Order.” Previously she was co-executive director of Women’s Learning Partnership, and a 2014-15 Council on Foreign Relations Fellow at the Brookings Institution and guest scholar and lecturer at the American University in Cairo.

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