Megan Lamberth is a Research Assistant for the Technology and National Security Program at the Center for a New American Security (CNAS). Her work focuses on U.S. government strategy in artificial intelligence and sources of U.S. technology competitiveness, including human capital and norms building.
Prior to joining CNAS, Megan was a Brent Scowcroft Fellow at the Aspen Strategy Group, where she helped spearhead the planning and execution of the Aspen Strategy Group Summer Workshop and two sessions of the Aspen Ministers Forum.
Her work and commentary have appeared in publications such as Slate, Business Insider, Breaking Defense, and The National Interest. She received her M.A. in International Affairs from the Bush School of Government & Public Service at Texas A&M University. She graduated from Sam Houston State University with a B.A. in Criminal Justice.