Marcy Rutan Fowler

Safeguards Analyst, International Atomic Energy Agency

Marcy is a nuclear arms control and non-proliferation policy specialist, currently working at the International Atomic Energy Agency as a safeguards analyst. She recently has been named the Vienna Liaison for the International Network of Emerging Nuclear Specialists. Prior to moving to Vienna, Ms. Fowler worked with the Alfa Fellowship Program as a Visiting Junior Researcher at the Carnegie Moscow Center. Additionally, Marcy has worked as a non-proliferation associate fellow at the US National Nuclear Security Administration, and as a research associate at the Lawyers’ Committee on Nuclear Policy. Marcy holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science and Slavic languages and literatures (Russian) from the University of Kansas, and a Master of International Affairs degree in international security policy from the Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA). In the fall, she will begin working towards a PhD in War Studies with King's College London, focusing on multilateral nuclear arms reductions.