Danielle is a Summer Research Assistant at the Partnership for Global Security (PGS). She graduated from the College of William & Mary in May 2020 with a Bachelor’s degree in Government (concentration in International Security). At the College, Danielle was heavily involved in both faculty-led and independent research efforts affiliated with various organizations, including the Brookings Institution and W&M's newly-established NukeLab. In the Fall of 2020, Danielle began her Master’s degree in Conflict Studies at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and most recently served as a Spring 2021 Research Assistant at the Fund for Peace. Her primary area of focus is the resolution of violent conflict in fragile states, particularly through the development of climate-conscious initiatives to increase opportunity and decrease unrest in conflict-affected regions. She is particularly interested in exploring how proactive nuclear and transnational security policy can help stabilize weak states.