Lindsay Donohue is a Research Assistant Intern at Partnership for Global Security (PGS). Her primary research focuses on nuclear security, geopolitics, regional issues, transnational security, and climate change. She provides program support for the Global Nexus Initiative and the Initiative on Nuclear Security, Governance, and Geopolitics. She also contributes to PGS’ Nuclear News & Views newsletter, operates the official PGS twitter (@PGSnuclear), and attends virtual meetings where she represents PGS.
Ms. Donohue is currently obtaining her B.S. in National Security with a concentration in International Security and Justice and a minor in Political Science. She will be graduating from the University of New Haven’s Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences in December of 2021. She has an interest in global politics and a variety of international security issues, including but not limited to climate change, nuclear energy, and WMD proliferation.