Catherine S. Coravos is an Associate at ASG, where she assists Managing Principal Michael J. Warren.
Ms. Coravos served as an intern at ASG before joining the team full-time. She also interned in Italy at the Association for Research into Crimes Against Art, where she conducted research and served as a Cultural Liaison for students.
Before that, Ms. Coravos worked as a Global Engagement Intern in Uganda where she taught students geometry and calculus. She founded and led an Italian language club and volunteered as a Guidance Counselor. Previously, as an intern with the Clinton Health Access Initiative, Ms. Coravos helped to develop and launch an alumni outreach project which is still used to engage with over 700 alumni.
After studying abroad in Bologna, Italy, as an undergraduate, she was selected to serve as a Fellow with the Madeleine Korbel Albright Institute for Global Affairs. As part of this highly competitive program, she conducted in-depth research on key global issues for Secretary Albright and other U.S. diplomats.
Ms. Coravos holds a B.A. in Mathematics from Wellesley College. She is fluent in Italian and proficient in Spanish.
Ms. Coravos is based in Washington, DC.