Krawczyk named Fellow at the Ghana Center for Democratic Development
Dr. Kelly Ann Krawczyk, associate professor and Ph.D. Program Director in the Department of Political Science, has been named a Democracy & Development Fellow at the Ghana Center for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana), with an initial appointment of two years (September 2019 - September 2021).
CDD-Ghana has five broad program areas in which they work. Krawczyk will be a Fellow in the area of Political & Constitutional Governance, specifically surrounding African elections, including election observation, election management & accountability, electoral body management, and electoral commissions. She will also be working in the Civil Society program area, including regulatory environment & civic space, and the role of civil society in civic engagement and elections.
Krawczyk’s work at CDD-Ghana dovetails with her research expertise in civil society and democracy in West Africa. As a Fellow, Krawczyk will be contributing to the intellectual life of CDD-Ghana, by engaging in academic and policy research, giving public lectures and/or participating in public roundtables, as well as by pursuing her own academic research. She teaches graduate and undergraduate courses on a wide-range of nonprofit topics, including Nonprofit Law & Governance, Nonprofit Management, and International Nongovernmental Organizations. She also teaches graduate courses in public administration in the MPA and Ph.D. programs.
The CDD-Ghana is an independent, not-for-profit research and advocacy think tank, working to advance democracy, good governance, and inclusive economic growth. Their Democracy and Development (D & D) Fellows program brings on board scholars and researchers based in Ghana or the diaspora, whose current work and area of expertise align with CDD-Ghana's policy, research, and programmatic focus.
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Last Updated: September 30, 2019