Nadine Rada

Maryland School of Public Policy
Class of 2014

Nadine is a Program Manager at USAID, working in political transition assistance in the Middle East and North Africa. Previously based in Egypt and Qatar, her background is in conflict and political research with a focus on the Middle East. Nadine also has prior experience in curriculum support/development positions at the Department of Defense, University of Maryland, and Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar.

She was a Boren Fellow in Egypt (2012-13) and a US Senate Youth Program representative (2005). She has a BA in Political Science and Near Eastern Languages and Cultures from Indiana University, and an Masters in Public Policy from the University of Maryland.

Nadine is an Hoosier raised in Luxembourg. She is fluent in Arabic (Modern Standard and Egyptian dialects), and proficient in French and Farsi.