Catie Fowler

Catie Fowler

Project Coordinator

Catie Fowler is a Project Coordinator for Our Secure Future.  She graduated with an MA from the Korbel School of International Studies with a Certificate in Humanitarian Assistance and a specialization in Gender in Conflict.  During her time in graduate school, Catie worked as a researcher and Projects Manager at the Human Trafficking Center.  She also interned in refugee resettlement at Denver’s African Community Center and with Oxfam America researching local leadership in disaster response and preparation. Prior to pursuing her MA, Catie developed an interest in Women, Peace and Security by working in post-conflict and refugee settings.  She served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Rwanda and worked with a grassroots refugee organization in Kyangwali Refugee Settlement, Uganda where she witnessed the power of women’s leadership in action.  In her free time, Catie enjoys kickboxing, cooking for family and friends, getting outdoors and spending time with her pet lovebird.

cfowler@oneearthfuture.org

Blogs

Women, Peace, and Security: There's an Act for That! (Part III)

December 15, 2017
As of October 2017, the United States has domestic legislation that mandates women's full and equal participation in peace and security issues. Learn how to hack this new law to support WPS more broadly.

Women, Peace and Security: There's an Act for That! (Part II)

December 11, 2017
As of October 2017, the United States has domestic legislation that mandates women's full and equal participation in peace and security issues. In the second installment of this three-part series, we highlight how the Act will boost gender equality.

Women, Peace and Security Timeline: 1945-2017

December 06, 2017
This week's blog looks at the trajectory of Women, Peace and Security, a movement over seven decades in the making. The following timeline highlights significant events from 1945 to 2017.

Women, Peace and Security: There's an Act for That! (Part I)

December 04, 2017
As of October 2017, the United States has domestic legislation that mandates women's full and equal participation in peace and security issues. In the first of this three-part series, we highlight the events that led to the new Act's passing.

16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence

November 28, 2017
Get engaged with 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence, running November 25- Decemeber 10. 
Women Peace and Security Three Things

Three Things We Are Grateful for in Women, Peace and Security

November 27, 2017
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, OSF highlights three major accomplishments to be grateful for in the Women, Peace and Security movement this year.