Berkeley Gaither serves as a Research Intern at the Logos Institute for Crisis Management and Executive Leadership.
She is currently a graduate student, studying Democracy and Government at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid with an expected graduation date of Spring 2022. Her research interests include gender politics, immigration policy, criminal justice reform, and public policy.
Prior to this, Berkeley graduated Cum Laude from the University of Alabama (UA) with a BA in Political Science and minors in Spanish and Global and Cultural Perspectives. While at UA, Berkeley was a member of the Honors College, the Religious Studies Student Association, and Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternity.
Berkeley previously interned at the Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama, where she helped implement Alabama’s largest voter registration and Census initiatives. She also worked as an ESL teacher to immigrant students in the public school system.
She joined the Logos team to further develop her research skills and learn about the inner workings of crisis management, crisis communication, and executive coaching. Her work includes compiling case studies, writing briefing reports, and assisting the president of Logos on his upcoming book.
Berkeley currently lives in Madrid, Spain, but has also lived in Maryland, Texas, Florida, Tennessee, and Alabama. In her free time, Berkeley enjoys reading, traveling, and trying new foods.