Emily Hogue, PhD

Dr. Emily Hogue graduated with a Doctor of Philosophy in Comparative Sociology from the Department of Global & Sociocultural Studies at FIU in the Fall of 2008. In addition, she also obtained an Academic Certificate in Latin American & Caribbean Studies from the Latin American & Caribbean Center at FIU on the Fall of 2008.

Dr. Emily Hogue is the Team Leader for Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning in the Bureau for Food Security in the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), where she oversees efforts related to accountability and learning for the President's Global Hunger and Food Security initiative, Feed the Future. Under Feed the Future, she co-led the development of the Women's Empowerment in Agriculture Index and collaboration with other development partners to create the Food Security Learning Framework. Emily entered federal service at USAID as a Presidential Management Fellow in 2009. Prior to USAID, Emily worked in the academic and development sectors. Emily has conducted research on the impacts of agricultural development programs in the Andes, economic development among women-focused organizations, and faith-based development. Emily has a PhD in Comparative Sociology from Florida International University as well as an M.A. in Sociology and a B.A. in Spanish and English.