Susan Kemp is a democracy and governance specialist with more than 10 years of international development experience in areas such as elections, civil society strengthening, human rights, capacity development, advocacy and legal reform, and gender integration. Currently a manager on the democracy and governance practice at Chemonics, Kemp provides technical project and proposal support and supports knowledge sharing, internal capacity building, and thought leadership.
On paper, thinking and working politically offers the potential to change how we do development. But is it really possible? Chemonics examines the operating context for aid today, shares its lessons learned, and supports calls for collective action.