Raina Davis is a Master in Public Policy 2020 candidate at the Harvard Kennedy School. Prior to attending HKS, she worked as a research coordinator at Columbia University in the Office of Global Centers and Global Development, where her research focused on education, democratization, and geopolitics in the Arab world. She joined Columbia’s Global Centers in early 2015 and was based for two years at the center in Amman, Jordan. During this time, she conducted seven research trips to Tunisia and travelled throughout the Middle East, supporting Director Safwan Masri in the research, development, and writing of his first book, Tunisia: An Arab Anomaly (Columbia University Press, 2017). Raina’s policy interests include American foreign policy in a transformative age, cyber security, and public-private cooperation on issues of national security. She holds a BA in International Relations from Stanford University.

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