Katie Paul

Katie A. Paul

Director of Programs and Conflict Heritage Researcher
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Katie Paul currently serves as the Director of Programs at the Capitol Archaeological Institute at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C.  Since taking this position in 2010, she has helped organize numerous events on behalf of the Institute.  In addition she works as assistant to the Director of the newly established Paulson Institute, founded by former Secretary of Treasury Henry M. Paulson, Jr. and located at the University of Chicago. 

Katie holds her Bachelor's Degree from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio and earned a M.A. in Anthropology at The George Washington University. For her Master’s Thesis, Katie explored the Bronze Age Aegean influence in the Mediterranean by dissecting reflections of globalization in prehistory in an effort to reveal the underlying structure of transnationalism and globalization that cycles throughout the annals of history.  Katie is an anthropologist by training but has participated in numerous archeological excavations including sites on San Salvador, Bahamas, Tel Kabri, Israel and Tel Megiddo, Israel.

Katie also assists in various projects for private entities, such as CB Communications, as well as One Stop Green.com where she applies her unique knowledge of different cultural perspectives in order to help her clients target and market their products more effectively.


B.A. 2008, Miami University- Ohio

M.A. 2011, The George Washington University