Margaret Nina Miller is a research analyst with Technology for Global Security. Before joining Tech4GS, Nina interned with the Nuclear Threat Initiative’s Global Nuclear Policy Program and Scientific and Technical Affairs teams. At NTI, she contributed to projects about cyber-attacks on nuclear facilities, social media and WMD crises, artificial intelligence and strategic stability, and more. Nina holds a B.A. (International Honours) from the Joint Degree Programme between the College of William & Mary and the University of St Andrews, with an Economics minor from William & Mary. As a research fellow with William & Mary’s Project on International Peace and Security, Nina presented her work on the weaponization of mid-range drones at the Pentagon, Air Combat Command, and a Washington, D.C. symposium. Her research examined the growing challenge associated with attributing attacks conducted with publicly-available drone technologies. Nina graduated summa cum laude with first-class honours from William & Mary and St Andrews. She received William & Mary’s Alumni Association International Relations Prize and was inducted into the Alpha chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, and was awarded the St Andrews' Principal's Scholarship for Academic Excellence. She has previously lived in Spain on multiple occasions and speaks fluent Spanish. Nina can be found on Twitter here.