Partners
Working Group
UAE Permanent Representative to the IAEA and Special Representative for International Nuclear Cooperation
(UAE)
Ambassador to the IAEA from Denmark (retired)
(Denmark)
Former U.S. Ambassador to the IAEA (retired)
(U.S.)
Co-founder and Executive Director, Clean Air Task Force
(U.S.)
Vice President of Government Affairs and Advocacy, AREVA Inc.
(U.S.)
President, SDRI Consulting
(France)
President, Partnership for Global Security
(U.S.)
President, URENCO USA, Inc.
(U.S.)
President Emeritus, Carnegie Institute for Science
(U.S.)
President AN & Associates
(Sweden)
Partner, Van Ness Feldman and former General Counsel, U.S. Department of Energy
(U.S. )
Senior Technical Advisor, New Reator and Advanced Technologies, Nuclear Energy Institute
(U.S.)
President, Resources for the Future
(US)
Research Fellow, Hoover Institution
(U.S.)
Director of Policy and Research, Canadian Nuclear Association
(Canada)
Director, Professor of Research Center for Nuclear Weapons Abolition (RECNA)
(Japan)

Sponsors
GNI is a joint initiative of the Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI) and Partnership for Global Security (PGS). It is funded by generous grants from the Carnegie Corporation of New York (Carnegie) and the MacArthur Foundation (MacArthur)

NEI’s mission is to foster the beneficial uses of nuclear technology before the U.S. Congress, the White House, and executive branch agencies, federal regulators, and state policy forums; proactively communicate accurate and timely information; and provide a unified industry voice on the global importance of nuclear energy and nuclear technology. NEI’s objective is to ensure the formation of policies that promote the beneficial uses of nuclear energy and technologies in the United States and around the world. Learn More.

PGS provides actionable responses to 21st century transnational security challenges using international and public-private partnerships to assess policy needs, identify effective strategies, and drive demonstrable results. PGS is constantly evaluating how the convergence of security, technology, and economic issues influence global nuclear challenges in the 21st century. Learn More.