Patricia Jaworek serves as program officer with NTI’s Global Nuclear Policy Program (GNPP). In this role, she supports NTI’s efforts to reduce global nuclear risks and proliferation, focusing on the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, Euro-Atlantic security, and U.S.-Russia arms control. She also supports NTI’s efforts to advance understanding of the effect of nuclear weapons use in today’s interconnected world.
Jaworek previously worked with NTI as an intern and a consultant for GNPP and the Scientific and Technical Affairs team. She has also worked at the NATO Parliamentary Assembly in Brussels and at CRDF Global, where she focused on issues related to NATO deterrence and defense policy, threats posed by weapons of mass destruction, and emerging technologies.
Jaworek is a member of the Young Deep Cuts Commission (YDCC) and the Younger Generation Leaders Network on Euro-Atlantic Security (YGLN), where she works with other young leaders in the field to develop ideas for the future of nuclear arms control.
Jaworek holds a joint master’s degree in Transatlantic Affairs from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy and the College of Europe and a law degree from the University of Hamburg with a specialization in European and public international law.