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Ms. Grecia Cosio is a Senior Program Associate at the Partnership for Global Security. Her primary research focuses on global nuclear security policies, climate change issues, and new approaches to 21st Century challenges.
Previously, she worked as the Coordinator for the Fissile Materials Working Group (FMWG), after obtaining a M.A. on Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies from The Middlebury Institute of International Relations at Monterey (MIIS). During her graduate studies she worked at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, where she conducted research for the Nuclear Threat Initiative on several issues, but in particular on the civilian use of highly enriched uranium by the French government. Ms. Cosio participated on the DoE Next Generation Safeguards Initiative internship at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, where she analyzed the diverse perspectives aimed at finding adequate solutions to the questions concerning the Possible Military Dimensions of Iran’s Nuclear Program. She is passionate on various issues surrounding the nonproliferation regime, the nuclear security frameworks, nuclear energy and the role of the IAEA.