Dr. Martha Thomas teaches courses on International Organizations, Analysis of Political Data, and International Political Economy at Georgetown University. She previously taught Political Science and International Relations at George Washington University, University of Vermont, and Pennsylvania State University. Her research focuses on issues of International Political Economy, trade, regional organizations, and migration. She has conducted field research in Belgium, Ireland, and Italy, and has been awarded over ten grants, fellowships, and scholarships. Prior to her academic employment she worked at the United Nations assisting in planning the Annual UN Department of Public Information NGO Conference. Born and raised in Trinidad and Tobago, she lives with her family near Washington, D.C. She holds a BA in Economics, an MA in Public Policy, and a Ph.D. in Political Science.
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