Name:  Katarina Duich Moyon
Title:  Instructor; Director of the John C. West Forum on Politics & Policy; Co-Director of HMXP
Education:  M.A., International Affairs, George Washington University
Fulbright Fellowship, Zagreb University, Zagreb, Croatia
B.A., International Affairs (minor in German), Northern Arizona UniversityGerman-American Partnership Program, Language and Political Courses, Universität Würzburg, Würzburg, Germany
Office:  330 Bancroft Hall   
Phone:  803/323-4663
Area(s):  Comparative Health Systems, Comparative Election Systems


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Katarina Moyon is the Director of the John C. West Forum on Politics and Policy. She is also Co-Director of the Human Experience course and a senior instructor in the Department of Political Science. She earned her M.A. in International Affairs from The George Washington University, Elliott School of International Affairs. She was a Wolcott Fellow. While at GW she conducted research on the Croatian electoral code through a year-long Fulbright Fellowship. Katarina graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in International Affairs and minor in German from Northern Arizona University. While there, she spent a year studying at the University of Wuerzburg in Wuerzburg, Germany.

Katarina is interested in electoral codes and comparative electoral systems. She worked for the International Foundation for Election Systems, helping developing countries in Eastern Europe organize and conduct democratic elections. She also spent three years working for the World Health Organization, European Division in Copenhagen, Denmark. She worked in humanitarian assistance as well as health policy in Eastern European countries. She is interested in examining health policy in the US and abroad.

At Winthrop Katarina enjoys working with students and colleagues on civic and political education initiatives. Teaching and co-directing The Human Experience, where the self is examined in five unique contexts, also helps her fulfill her goal of engaging students in deeper thinking and helping them become lifelong learners.