Catherine Nzuki is a research associate for the Africa Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). She was previously a research assistant for the Project on Fragility and Mobility in the CSIS International Security Program. In this role, her research areas included state fragility, migration and mobility, conflict prevention and peacebuilding, and strategic foresight. Prior to joining CSIS, she was an intern with No Isolation, a Norwegian tech start-up, in their London office. She also interned with Oxford Analytica, a geopolitical analysis and consulting firm, in New York City. In addition, Catherine was an intern with the Tanzania Women Chamber of Commerce, a women’s economic empowerment nongovernmental organization in Dar es Salaam. She holds a BA in politics with a minor in philosophy from Bates College. Catherine is Tanzanian and has lived in Eswatini, Oman, and the United Kingdom.