Nathalie Grogan is the Research Associate for the Military, Veterans and Society Program at the Center for a New American Security (CNAS).
Prior to joining CNAS, she interned at the Israeli Embassy in congressional affairs, as well as at the Professional Services Council in acquisition policy. Previously, she worked for the French Ministry of Education as an English teaching assistant in Oyonnax, France.
Nathalie holds a M.P.P. from George Washington University, specializing in foreign, defense and security policy. While completing her graduate degree, she conducted research and analysis for the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, where she examined how educational and career outcomes vary for veterans using their G.I. Bill benefits between private, public, and for-profit institutions of higher education. She earned her B.A. in History and French from SUNY Geneseo and studied at the Université Paul-Valery 3 in Montpellier, France.