Natalie Fuchs

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Natalie Fuchs is a member of the inaugural cohort of ASP’s Women in Security Leadership Initiative with an expertise and interest in U.S.-Iran economic relations, nuclear nonproliferation, and unconventional weapons.

Natalie works as a Senior Program Analyst for a defense contractor in Alexandria, VA, conducting business operations analysis and in-depth market assessments for business development opportunities – particularly in the space and missile defense sector. Prior to this, she served as a researcher on Iran sanctions and geopolitical relations for several think tanks in Washington, D.C., and as a foreign affairs intern in a senatorial office on Capitol Hill. In addition to her current position, Natalie is the Director for Discussion Groups for Young Professionals in Foreign Policy (YPFP).

Natalie is currently pursuing her Master’s degree in Security Studies at Georgetown University, where she also serves on the Executive Board of Georgetown Women in International Affairs (GWIA). She received her B.A. in International Studies from the University of Arizona concentrating on U.S.-Iran relations and U.S. national security policy. She is fluent in Spanish and proficient in Persian (Farsi).