Katherine Fang is a JD candidate at Yale Law School. Previously, as a Fulbright scholar in Jordan, she undertook consultancy projects for the United Nations Development Program’s Middle East Regional Office. She then served as an economics research associate at Harvard Business School. At HBS, Katherine supported studies of the future of work and its intersections with gender, firm policy, and criminal convictions. She has also previously worked as a consultant for the Senior Regional Advisors to the Middle East and to Sub-Saharan Africa at the International Organization for Migration headquarters in Geneva. She holds a BA from Yale College in Global Affairs and in Modern Middle East Studies, with distinction in both majors.