Gabriel Cardona-Fox earned a BA degree in Politics from Princeton University and an MA in International Relations from the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at Johns Hopkins University. Prior to attending the LBJ School, Mr. Cardona-Fox worked for five years as a fraud investigator for two large consulting firms in New York City focusing on issues of corruption, money laundering, and accounting irregularities. He also worked briefly at the Office of Presidential Personnel in the Clinton White House. His research interests include international regime formation, global governance, international norm diffusion, and issues affecting internally displaced people. Gabriel was born in Colombia and grew up and traveled extensively throughout Europe and South America.
Research Interests: International Regime Formation, Global Governance, International Norm Diffusion