Christopher A. Bidwell - Director / Senior Fellow, Nonproliferation Policy & Law Project, Federation of American Scientists. Chris retired from the U.S. Navy having last served as both a National Security Counselor and the Middle East Desk Officer at the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA). He is often a guest speaker/lecturer on WMD topics at multiple institutions and universities throughout the world.
Stephen Schwartz – Nonresident Senior Fellow, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. He is an independent consultant with 35 years of experience analyzing, writing about, and speaking out on nuclear weapons issues. He is also the editor and co-author of the ground-breaking book Automic Audit: The Costs and Consequences of US Nuclear Weapons Since 1940. He is a fellow at the N Square Innovators Network.
Dan Esposito - Co-founder and CEO of Guardion, which improves sensitivity, portability, and scalability of analytical instruments with quantum technology ion sensors. Dan was a MassChallenge Gold Winner and winner of the Technology in Space Prize from Center for Advancement in Science in Space and Boeing. He was previously a fellow at the N Square Innovators Network.
Todd Mancini - Founder of Lyfevest. Todd has decades of experience in technology at both large technology companies, such as Microsoft and Red Hat, and multiple startups he has founded. He recently launched Lyfevest with the goal of making Open Source Software (OSS) more sustainable. He is also a mentor for tech entrepreneurs through Underscore VC and is regularly involved in the tech VC scene.
Media/Social Media Advisors
Colleen Moore - Digital Engagement Manager at Global Zero and Beyond the Bomb. Prior to joining Global Zero and Beyond the Bomb in 2018, she worked at Win Without War, Seeds of Peace, East Timor and Indonesia Action Network, and Peace Action New York State. Above all, she has a passion for using digital mediums to advance causes of human rights and justice. Colleen is a Fellow at N Square.
Jamie Withorne - Research Assistant at CNS, where she conducts extensive research on emerging functions and applications of new technologies and communicates her findings to policy-oriented audiences. Jamie has previous experience at the US Department of State, the Center for Arms Control and Nonproliferation, and the American Enterprise Institute. She is a Fellow at N Square.