The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation’s Associates are academics and activists with many years of experience working for peace and nuclear disarmament.
Robert C. Aldridge is a World War II Veteran and former engineer who continues to work for the abolition of nuclear weapons.
Rubén Arvizu is the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation’s Representative for Latin America.
John Scales Avery is is a theoretical chemist.
Christian N. Ciobanu is the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation’s United Nations representative, based in New York.
C. Edward Crowther, Ph.D. is a psychotherapist and former Anglican Bishop who stood against apartheid in South Africa.
M.M. Eskandari-Qajar, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Political Science and Middle Eastern History, and Chair of the Department of Political Science at Santa Barbara City College, California.
Jonathan Granoff, J.D., is President of the Global Security Institute in New York.
Commander Robert Green, Royal Navy (Ret.), is a former nuclear weapons operator and author of the book Security Without Nuclear Deterrence.
Martin Hellman, Ph.D. is Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering at Stanford University and an expert in risk analysis. Click here for his website.
Peter Kuznick, Ph.D., is the director of American University’s award-winning Nuclear Studies Institute.
Ved P. Nanda, L.L.M., is a professor at the University of Denver and is significantly involved in the global international law community.
Farzeen Nasri, Ph.D., is Professor of Political Economy at the University of California at Santa Barbara and Ventura College and a long-time consultant to the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation.
Jan Oberg, Ph.D., is co-founder of The Transnational Foundation for Peace and Future Research.
Jennifer Allen Simons, Ph.D., Founder and President of The Simons Foundation, is an award-winning educator, thought leader and nuclear disarmament specialist.
Alice Slater, J.D., is the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation’s New York UN Representative.
Steven Starr teaches at the University of Missouri and is a Senior Scientist with Physicians for Social Responsibility. He is author of the website www.nuclearfamine.org.
Bill Wickersham, Ed.D., is a professor of Peace Studies at the University of Missouri-Columbia and a member of Veterans for Peace.
Ward Wilson is a nuclear weapons policy analyst and award-winning writer. Click here for his website.
Lawrence Wittner, Ph.D., is an American historian who has written extensively on peace movements and foreign policy.