Corey Greer

Director of Communications

Whether by rebranding the organization, building the website, encouraging her colleagues to put pen to paper, or interacting with the WAND community online, Corey ensures that WAND's external communications are crisp, concise, and effective. 

As WAND's Gender Focal Point, she liaises with the Gender Champions of Nuclear Policy (GCNP) and the U.S. Civil Society Working Group for Women, Peace, and Security (U.S. CSWG) and manages WAND's En Voz Alta mentorship project.

She previously worked as a Project Assistant in the Gender, Women, and Democracy Program at the National Democratic Institute and spent six months in Istanbul working as the Gender Equality Team Intern for UNDP. She holds a Master's degree in International Human Rights with a focus on women's rights and security from the Josef Korbel School of International Studies.

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October 24, 2019

Drawing Down Troops has a Human Cost

It is imperative that the US employs diplomatic resolutions and renews humanitarian assistance to stymie the effects of this abrupt troop withdrawal without exacerbating the perpetual state of conflict.

July 17, 2019

The US Needs a Feminist Federal Budget

Congress is currently conducting its annual parsing of taxpayer dollars to federal departments, agencies and programs—this year, to the tune of $4.75 trillion. If the U.S. believes in gender equality, now is the time to prove it.

May 10, 2019

The Radical History of Mother’s Day

The average American will spend $196.47 on Sunday; nationwide, we’ll drop a whopping $24.95 billion this weekend. Every mother deserves to be showered with gifts, love and affection—but the radical history of Mother’s Day is being lost in its corporatization.

May 06, 2019

You Don't Get a Cookie for Mantorring

I’m not sure whether the national security community is having a reckoning, a renaissance, or a come-to-jesus moment, but there is (finally) momentum for the substantive inclusion of women and the strategic advantage of their participation outside of the groups (WANDWCAPSWFPGWIISWILPF) that have been advocating for it for years.

February 27, 2019

Men Deciding the Fate of Humanity (Again)

Lee Yun-hyang was the lone woman at the table during the 2018 Singapore summit between the U.S. and North Korea. This scenario is likely to repeat itself tonight: U.S. men on one side of the table and North Korean men on the other, poised to decide what could be the fate of humanity without the substantive representation of more than half of the world’s population.

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