Katy Habr is a Ph.D. student and Paul F. Lazarsfeld Fellow in the Sociology Department at Columbia University. She graduated from Cornell University in 2018 as a Hunter R. Rawlings III PresidentialResearch Scholar with a B.S. with Honors in Industrial and Labor Relations. Her undergraduate research examined the role of consumer campaigns in transforming working conditions for garment workers. Her current research interests focus on the role of Arab Immigrants and Arab Americans in the US labor movement and the formation of race and class identity among Arabs in the US. Before coming to Columbia University, Katy was a researcher for the United Steelworkers Union in Pittsburgh.
B.S. in Industrial and Labor Relations with Honors, Cornell University 2018