Katerina Eva Matsa currently works as a Research Analyst for the Pew Research Center, a non-profit and non-partisan think tank. At the Pew Research Center, she researches and writes about the American media landscape, news consumption in the U.S., news coverage and elections, as well as the role of news in social media.
Earlier in her career, she worked at the office of Rep. Shelley Berkley (D-NV), interned at the public relations firm, Ketchum, and served as a trainee for the European Commission’s DG for Communication.
Katerina graduated from Georgetown University, earning an MA in Communication, Culture and Technology. She also holds an MSc in Politics and Government in the EU from the London School of Economics, and a BA in Political Science and History from Panteion University of Athens, Greece.
Katerina speaks English, Greek and French fluently. She is a member of the Georgetown Alumni DC Club and the LSE Alumni Association and a founding member of Stonewalls, a nonprofit supporter club for Georgetown Men’s Basketball.