Tricia White is a recent Honors graduate of the University of Georgia where she received a Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs with a minor in Arabic. Her interest in nonproliferation began during her participation in the Richard B. Russell Security Leadership Program at the Center for International Trade and Security. Since then, she has worked as a research assistant studying nuclear politics at UGA, and she is currently an intern for the Federation of American Scientists. At FAS, she has worked on the ICBM Information Project examining the United States’ new replacement missile force, and she currently works on the Biological Weapons Convention Project to develop the modalities of a scientific advisory board during the Ninth Review Conference. In the fall, Tricia will pursue an MA in Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies at MIIS! Outside of her academic studies, Tricia likes to talk about Georgia politics, tutor English-language learners, and study classical ballet.