Program Officer, Nuclear Materials Security

Nuclear Materials Security (NMS)


Jack Brosnan serves as a program officer for NTI’s Nuclear Materials Security Program (NMS). In this role, he leads efforts to advance gender equity in the nuclear policy community through Gender Champions in Nuclear Policy, as well as supporting assessment and tracking of nuclear security conditions through the NTI Nuclear Security Index, and generation of new solutions for spent fuel waste management.

Prior to joining NTI, he served as deputy executive director of Partnership for a Secure America where he lead congressional education and advocacy programs focused on nuclear security, arms control, and non-proliferation. Previously, he spent several years as a financial inclusion research associate at MIX, where he contributed to projects focused on improving access to and delivery of financial services. He has also served as a researcher at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and American University’s School of International Service, where he provided research support to projects focused on corruption, transnational crime, terrorism, and international security.

Jack holds a M.A. in International Affairs with a concentration in International Security from American University, and a B.A. in Political Science and International Relations from the University of Massachusetts Boston.


Tested by Crisis: Gender Champions in Nuclear Policy


Tested by Crisis: Gender Champions in Nuclear Policy

Gender Champions in Nuclear Policy, a project of NTI, was successful in maintaining progress to advance gender equity during the COVID-19 pandemic, a new report released today finds.


Developing Spent Fuel Strategies

Developing Spent Fuel Strategies

Generating new solutions for spent fuel waste management and addressing broader fuel cycle concerns


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