Kraemer is an Associate with McKinsey & Company. She received an MBA in 2018 from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business where she concentrated in international business, economics, and strategic management. At Booth, she is a Merit Scholarship recipient, Co-Chair of the Chicago Women in Business group, a Board Fellow with Teen Living Programs, a member of the Leadership Practicum, and an active member of the Chicago African Business Group. She will be joining McKinsey & Company as an Associate following graduation.
She worked as a Summer Associate in 2017 at Civic Consulting Alliance in Chicago working on criminal justice reform, specifically deferred prosecution and alternative sentencing. Prior to graduate school she conducted macro-economic analysis in Ghana as an analyst for the Oxford Business Group.
Kerry worked as a Project Coordinator for TASAAGA, a Ugandan non-profit, conducting a gap analysis on service provision for women and children in the Nakivale Refugee Settlement, and is the President and Co-Founder of Friends of TASAAGA, an organization providing funding and strategic guidance for that group. She is also the co-founder of an event series called The Dialogue Party whose mission is “to provide a forum for informed dialogue and civic engagement in which young adults learn about all sides of various policy issues and discuss those issues with a diverse group of individuals from their community.” She is a Truman Security Fellow with the Truman National Security Project. She worked as a Policy Program Manager at the Center for National Policy and Truman National Security Project from the conclusion of her fellowship to July 2016 where she led the organization’s Sub-Saharan Africa and International Development portfolios.