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Rachel Staley Grant joined NTI in August 2016. As senior director on the Communications team Staley Grant works closely with NTI's Global Biological Policy and Programs and the International Fuel Cycle Strategies teams. She directs outreach work on major projects for both, including the Global Health Security Index and the International Partnership for Nuclear Disarmament Verification. Staley Grant also works closely with partners at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) on the development of educational content for the NTI website.

Previously, Staley Grant managed programs and operations for the British American Security Information Council (BASIC) in London. She helped lead BASIC’s Next Generation project, which aimed to reframe the debate on nuclear weapons through innovative approaches and engagement with new sectors. Staley Grant is also a founding trustee of Future Foreign Policy, an international affairs think tank based in London that works to enhance and promote the voices of young people.

Staley Grant holds an MA in Non-Proliferation and International Security from King’s College London and a BA International Affairs and Anthropology from Northeastern University. She also earned a Graduate Diploma in Management through the University of London International Programmes in conjunction with the London School of Economics.

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To foster greater understanding of the complex issues around weapons of mass destruction and disruption, NTI has continuously invested in the development of educational content for professors and students.

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