Lindsey Gehrig joined Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in September 2015 as a Nonproliferation Policy Analyst in the Global Security Technology and Policy Group. After working abroad for organizations in London and China, Lindsey moved to Washington, DC to complete her Master’s Degree in International Affairs. Upon completion of her degree she was accepted into the Nonproliferation Graduate Fellowship Program where she worked for the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (DOE/NNSA). During her Fellowship year and for the following six years she worked for different programs in NNSA’s Office of Nonproliferation and Arms Control (NA-24) including the International Nuclear Security Program and International Nuclear Safeguards Engagement Program; she also led the Biological Weapons Convention portfolio.
Since joining PNNL, Lindsey continues to focus on nonproliferation policy and support NNSA programs. Her primary areas of responsibility include developing the procedures, programs, systems, and expertise necessary to sustainably implement effective nuclear safeguards and multilateral supplier regimes. Most recently Lindsey has been engaged in nuclear fuel cycle policy and cyber security projects.