Ethan Sager is a Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Intern for the Ross Cities Center at WRI.

Ethan recently graduated from Seattle Pacific University with a dual degree in Political Science and Global Development.

Prior to joining WRI, Ethan worked as a grant analyst, administrative assistant and head of a start-up. His research on USAID disbursements to Moldova and Ethiopia was selected for the Kellogg Institute Human Development Conference at Notre Dame. Currently, he is assisting his professor with a paper on Afghanistan’s political will for anti-corruption measures. In the future, Ethan hopes to receive his master’s in international political economy.

Ethan is from a small town in Idaho but lives in Seattle, WA, and hopes to see more of the world soon.