The Center for a New American Security (CNAS) initiated the Women in National Security project to bring discussions of gender and inclusivity to national security audiences that do not typically embrace them. Weaving in the experiences and priorities of women into our broader work was a critical facet to this effort. But equally important was engaging women – and men – directly at all levels in national security about their experiences, what they think of the current conversation, what they need from allies in the field, and what they want to be asked. Join the conversation at #womeninnatsec, and join our mailing list.
PodcastWomen in National Security: Jennifer Griffin
Launching the second chapter in the Women in National Security podcast series, Fox News national security correspondent Jennifer Griffin talks with CNAS Senior Fellow Loren De...
By Loren DeJonge Schulman & Jennifer Griffin
ReportsWomen are the Most Visible Servicemembers, and the Most Invisible Veterans
One of the questions I’m most frequently asked when people find out I’m a veteran is, “But you didn’t go in harm’s way, did you?” I’ve been asked this question since I first j...
By Andrea N. Goldstein
PodcastWomen in National Security: Michèle Flournoy
CNAS Co-Founder and CEO Michèle Flournoy discusses working in a male-dominated environment and shares advice for overcoming obstacles and making career decisions. Hosted by Ra...
By Michèle Flournoy & Rachel Rizzo