Eric Ossola, Research Assistant

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Mr. Eric Ossola is a Research Assistant at PGS focusing on nuclear security and climate change issues. His work at PGS involves researching nuclear policy and education gaps in a range of nations, development and expansion of nuclear energy, and governmental challenges associated with non-proliferation and nuclear security. He is currently finishing a M.A. program in Terrorism, Security and Society at King’s College London; writing his dissertation on potential counterterrorism and security policies of Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton.

Mr. Ossola is concurrently an Open-Source Geospatial Intelligence Intern at the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START), where he uses geographic information systems (GIS) to map smuggling routes internationally. After a range of previous positions, including working as a Congressional intern and legal research assistant, Mr. Ossola’s focus both academically and professionally has shifted to open-source intelligence, non-proliferation and nuclear security, and counterterrorism.