National Security in Turbulent Times
As residents of the Pacific Northwest, with historical connections to the production of our country’s nuclear weapons and our proximity to the third-largest nuclear arsenal in the world in Seattle, we have a unique perspective and role in shaping the conversation around national security and nuclear policy.
Michelle Dover, program director at Ploughshares Fund, and Stephen Miles, executive director at Win Without War, are experts in the national security field. Visiting from DC, they’ll join the Jubitz Family Foundation for a conversation about the current state of US nuclear policy, the fight to diversify the voices making crucial decisions about our national security, and how each of us can be advocates for a safer world.
Ploughshares Fund, Win Without War, and the Jubitz Family Foundation work together with policymakers, experts, media, and advocacy groups to advance national security and foreign policies to make us all safer.
Michelle Dover is Program Director at Ploughshares Fund, providing strategic guidance on grantmaking and performance. Michelle is a former researcher at the Center for Nonproliferation Studies and Nonproliferation Fellow at the NNSA. Michelle graduated from University of Denver and American University, studying international relations and conflict resolution. Michelle is originally from Walla Walla and Tri-Cities, Washington.
Stephen Miles is the Executive Director of Win Without War. Stephen is a veteran of campaign politics with a strong background in grassroots advocacy. He previously worked for the global campaigning organization Avaaz, as well as on multiple federal, state, and local electoral campaigns, and as the Executive Director of the American Hellenic Council. Stephen is a graduate of the London School of Economics and Tulane University with academic expertise in humanitarian interventions and Middle Eastern politics.
Win Without War is a diverse network of activists and organizations working for a more peaceful, progressive US foreign policy.