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Audrey Mutanhaurwa

Audrey Mutanhaurwa

Research Associate

Audrey assists and supports multiple research projects with data collection, surveys and analysis. Her research interests include topics such as globalization, microfinance, privatization, as well as research that focuses on diversity, equity and inclusion, racial injustice, immigration, refugee health and education.

Audrey graduated from St. Catherine University with a major in economics and minors in statistics and finance where she conducted academic research involving conditional cash transfers, debt and its impact in developing countries, income disparities in the Twin Cities and women’s education in Sub-Saharan Africa. She has also conducted academic research through Research In Color Foundation, where she looked at school support programs. Audrey also served as the St. Catherine University Student Body President, engaging students and faculty in community settings.

Outside of work, Audrey enjoys exploring restaurants and cafes, spending time with loved ones, reading books, and binge watching movies.

Kingston Fellowship Award Winner: Audrey is a Research Associate and plans to use the Kingston Fellowship to pursue a Master’s degree in Finance. Her objective is to leverage the skills she will get in financial analysis to help in the evolving landscape of emerging projects that want support assessing their overall strategic direction, including looking at financial records to understand how expenditures could better align with strategic goals.