Former Intern, Technology and National Security Program
Drisya Antose is a former Joseph S. Nye, Jr. Intern for the Technology and National Security program at the Center for a New American Security (CNAS).
Drisya recently graduated from the Elliott School of International Affairs with a bachelor's in international Affairs and a concentration in security policy. Her research primarily focused on the intersection between technology and policy while addressing specific regional concerns in South Asia. Before joining CNAS, Drisya interned for various think tanks including the Science and Technology Innovation Program at the Wilson Center and the Project on Emerging Technologies at the Cato Institute. During her time at GWU, she also held various executive positions at the university chapter for Women in International Security (WIIS) and worked as a writing consultant for the university writing center.
Recent Publications & News
CHIPS for America: Martijn Rasser talks the Chips and Science Act, Semiconductors, and Tech Supply Chains
By Martijn Rasser & Drisya Antose
Sharper: Industrial Policy
By Anna Pederson, Drisya Antose & Hannah Kelley