Catherine Sullivan began her career analyzing crimes against children; in particular, missing-persons cases, abductions, and human trafficking. Upon graduating from Johns Hopkins University with her Master’s degree in Government and her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science, she transitioned to the national security community, where she served in intelligence. Following her work in national security, she worked for the US Department of State as a Foreign Affairs Officer specializing in human-rights issues.
Today, she is proud to put her extensive experience to use for her clients. Catherine offers consulting services to corporations, nonprofits, and individuals in need of research, analysis, and writing expertise. She also writes articles on a wide range of topics, and is hard at work on her first novel, a thriller.
To learn more about the services Catherine offers, visit the ‘Consulting’ page or send her a message at firstname.lastname@example.org.