Zoë Sullivan

Graduate Assistant

Zoë is currently a doctoral student in the Political Science department at Tulane. She holds a MS in Globalization and Development from SOAS University, with an academic background centered in International Development and the de-colonization of Development studies, and her research focuses on Climate Policy, South-South Cooperative Development, Civil Society and Grassroots Networks and Gender. She is currently a graduate assistant for a CEDR fellowship program focused on addressing barriers to disaster relief for marginalized communities managing undergraduate fellows, community engagement with key community partners, and assisting in research. She also serves as a graduate assistant for the Tulane Mellon Community Engaged Fellowship program and is committed to non-extractive research practices and pedagogy.

Zoë is that is addicted to podcasts – and hopes to launch her own podcast with her partner one day soon! Her favorite spot in NOLA is Zotz coffee shop where she spends long hours working on her research.