Emily Day is the Della Ratta Fellow for the Partnership for Global Security. She is a recent graduate from the Georgia Institute of Technology with an MS in International Security and specialized in nuclear nonproliferation and emerging technologies. Prior to that Emily graduated from John Carroll University with a BA in Political Science and History.

Previously, Emily has worked as a research assistant examining global leadership in nuclear related arms control negotiations. Additionally, her research has delved into the crucial intersection of nuclear nonproliferation safeguards and the role of nuclear energy in achieving global climate goals.