Party affiliation: Democrat
Kathryn Gaie Roth-Douquet, American lawyer. Recipient Conference Paper award Association Professional Schools of International Affairs, 1991; Woodrow Wilson fellow, 1989-1991. Member Democratic Business Council Women's Leadership Forum; board directors New York Democratic Leadership Council; Member Women in Philanthropy, Council Foreign Relations (term member), Democratic Business Council New York, Democratic Leadership Council, Order of Coif.
Founder, editor-in-chief Journal for Public and International Affairs, Princeton, New Jersey, 1989-1991. Assistant secretary to board, director special projects Nathan Cummings Foundation, New York City, 1991-1992. Associate director presidential advance White House, Washington, 1993-1995.
Vice president Revlon Foundation MacAndrews & Forbes Holding, Incorporated, New York York City, 1995-1996. Executive director, principal assistant deputy under secretary defense United States Department Defense Industrial Affairs and Installations, 1996—1998. Associate Seltzer Caplan McMahon Vitek, since 2003.
Political consultant Mondale Campaign, Dukakis Campaign, Simon Campaign, Clinton for President Campaign and Transition.