WASHINGTON D.C. - Truman Center for National Policy is proud to welcome Lily Wojtowicz as the Janne E. Nolan Nuclear Security Visiting Fellow. Ms. Wojtowicz’ work at Truman will focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion within the nuclear sector, helping shape the public narrative around nuclear weapons and diversity within the field of nuclear security.
“Lily is an outstanding scholar who has already made a positive impact on the nuclear security policy field,” said Truman Center for National Policy President and CEO Jenna Ben-Yehuda. “Her work at Truman will focus on bringing many voices to conversations about nuclear security, as well as the continued risks that nuclear weapons pose to Americans across the country, particularly in historically underserved communities. We are grateful that Lily is sharing her talents with the Truman team.”
Wojtowicz is currently a PhD student in the American University School for International Service department of International Relations, with a concentration in security. She holds a BA in International Relations from Beloit College and an MA in Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies from the Monterey Institute of International Studies. She has previously worked for the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, Brookhaven National Laboratory, the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, and the Vienna Center for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation.