M.S. in Public Policy and Management, University of Washington, 2017
MPA, University of San Francisco, 2014
B.A. in Political Science and Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity, Stanford University, 2006
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khusted@uw.edu

Kelly Husted started the Evans School Ph.D. program in Public Policy and Management in 2014. Prior to joining the program, she worked in nonprofit development for six years, most recently as the Grants Officer for Opportunity Fund, the nation's largest domestic microfinance nonprofit. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity from Stanford University and a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of San Francisco. Kelly’s research interests include philanthropy, nonprofit management, and advocacy. 

Specializations: 
Advocacy
Management
Nonprofit Management
Nonprofit Organizations
Social Marketing
Recent Publications: 
Suarez, D.F., Husted, K., & Casas, A. (2018). Community foundations as advocates: social change discourse in the philanthropic sector. Interests Groups & Advocacy. (7)3, 206-232.
Professional service: 

Diversity Committee member 2015-16

Faculty Search Committee member 2016-17

Courses taught: 

Managing Politics and the Policy Process (TA)

Managing Organizational Performance (TA)

Public Policy Analysis (TA)

Program Evaluation (TA)

Dissertation Committee Members: 
David Suarez
Mary Kay Gugerty
Scott Allard
Jessica Rigby