Adam Diedrich is currently a fellow with the NNSA Graduate Fellowship Program. He has his master’s degree in public and international affairs at the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA) from the University of Pittsburgh. He majored in human security and focused on the prevention of violence through the application of traditional national security tools and diplomacy. As a researcher in the Gray Zone working group, Adam was an active contributor to the Matthew B. Ridgway Center for International Security Studies. Adam interned with U.S. State Department AVC/VPO. He is a former enlisted U.S. Army airborne infantryman and was recently named a Presidential Management Fellow.