Adjunct Junior Fellow
Expertise: Nuclear Security, Nonproliferation, Iran, North Korea, Arms Control, Asymmetric Operations
Nathan Daniels, a native of Savannah, TN, is currently a senior at the University of Tennessee at Martin pursuing a B.A. in Political Science with a concentration in International Security Studies. He served as a Nuclear Security Research Assistant & Intern at the American Security Project in the spring of 2014 and currently serves as one of ASP’s Junior Adjunct Fellows
He is a student ambassador & resident assistant for UT Martin, as well as a founding member and the current President of the International Club, which brings together students interested in the arena of international affairs and breaks down cultural barriers between international exchange students and Americans on campus. He served as the Assistant Secretary of State for the Tennessee Intercollegiate State Legislature in the fall of 2013 and is also a member of the University of Tennessee Advocacy Network. To further fuel his passion for helping others, most importantly children, he served as the Executive Director for UT Martin’s fundraising organization, Up ‘til Dawn, for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital located in Memphis, Tennessee during the 2014/2015 school year.
He is a member of the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ Project on Nuclear Issues (PONI), which has the mission of sustaining a community of next generation nuclear experts and generating new ideas and debates on important nuclear issues
Nathan is an avid reader and is currently working on developing proficiency in French. He recently returned from a medical & food relief mission trip serving areas in both Kenya and Uganda. He is very interested in future international humanitarian relief work. He plans on studying abroad in France in May of 2015.
Nathan plans on attending graduate school in Washington, D.C. after graduation to pursue a degree in International Affairs.
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