jparker at partnershipforglobalsecurity.org
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Ms. Jenna Parker is the Nuclear Security Analyst at the Partnership for Global Security. Her primary research focuses on global nuclear security developments in key regions, the expansion of nuclear energy and governance policies and the outcomes of the Nuclear Security Summit process.
Ms. Parker completed her undergraduate degree (International Studies BA) and subsequent honours thesis at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. Her thesis was awarded a first class distinction, and focused specifically on the physical protection of nuclear weapons and materials. She also worked in RMIT’s Global, Urban and Social Studies school as a research assistant.
Previously, Ms. Parker has worked in diverse fields and has extensive experience in the development and non-governmental sectors. Her experience includes work with the St Kilda Youth Service, the Australian Red Cross, Oxfam Australia, the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre and the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons.
- “The Nuclear Security Summit: Accomplishments of the Process,” with Michelle Cann and Kelsey Davenport, Arms Control Association and Partnership for Global Security, March 2016
- “Preserving Nuclear Security Gift Basket Diplomacy after 2016,” with Michelle Cann and Kelsey Davenport, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, March 2015
- “The Nuclear Security Summit: Progress Report on Joint Statements,” with Michelle Cann and Kelsey Davenport, Arms Control Association and Partnership for Global Security, March 24, 2015