January 06, 2023
CNAS Welcomes Nola Haynes as Adjunct Senior Fellow
Washington, January 6, 2023—The Center for a New American Security (CNAS) is pleased to welcome Dr. Nola Haynes as an Adjunct Senior Fellow in the Technology and National Security Program.
Haynes, an international relations-focused political scientist, teaches at the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service and is affiliated with the National Security Policy Center at the University of Virginia. Haynes’s research centers on national security and foreign policy issues particularly focused on arms control and international hybrid-security threats.
Haynes has a two-year appointment to the Biden-Harris Administration as a member of the reconvened International Security Advisory Board (ISAB) at the U.S. Department of State. Her role on ISAB is to advise Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Undersecretary Bonnie Jenkins on security problems spanning new artificial intelligence technology, nuclear deterrence, and new security challenges.
“Nola brings a wealth of experience to the Technology and National Security Program and I'm excited to welcome her to the team,” said Martijn Rasser, Senior Fellow and Director of the Technology and National Security Program. “Her expertise in issues including international norms, arms control, and space security will be invaluable as we grow our research agenda."
Haynes's full bio is available here.