Juliana Kerr

Director, Global Cities and Immigration


Areas of expertise: Global Cities, Global Immigration, Latin America

Bio

Juliana Kerr joined the Chicago Council on Global Affairs in 2002 and currently directs the Council's work on global cities and immigration. She manages the Council’s publications, research, and partnerships on issues related to global cities, urbanization, Global Chicago, and migration. She also helped launch the inaugural Chicago Forum on Global Cities. She sits on the board of the Women’s Global Education Project and was selected to participate in the Bucerius Stiftung Latin American Forum and Rotary Group Study Exchange in Paris. A dual-citizen of the United States and Brazil, she has a degree in political science and French from the University of Iowa and a certificate of political studies from Sciences Po in Lyon, France.

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