Gabrielle Green

Research Associate

Blockchain in Practice, Partnerships in Proliferation Prevention

Gabrielle Green is a Research Associate with the Blockchain in Practice and Partnerships in Proliferation Prevention Programs at the Stimson Center. Her research focuses on WMD non-proliferation with specific focus on blockchain technology, nuclear safeguards, United Nations Security Council Resolution 1540 assistance programs, and chemical weapons-related material security. Green is particularly interested in distributed ledger technology in nuclear safeguards practice and in issues related to preventing the spread of WMD and WMD-related materials. She holds a B.A. in Political Science and Global Studies from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She also has a Master of Science in International Relations from the University of Glasgow in Scotland.

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DLT for Nuclear Material Accountancy and Control

Applied research on distributed ledger technology to improve trust, security, and transparency

Preventing the proliferation of dangerous and dual use chemicals with research, resources, and analysis

Keeping the most dangerous weapons out of the worst hands by facilitating assistance partnerships

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