B.A. International Affairs, Security Policy, Europe/Eurasia, George Washington University
M.A. Security Studies, U.S. National Security Policy, Georgetown University
Grace Turner joined the College of International Security Affairs (CISA) in January 2022, and has held various positions on the academic team. She has supported multiple CISA research projects, ranging from historical maritime competition to quantitative data analysis on conventional warfare. After working as a research assistant, Grace served as the primary Academic Assistant supporting CISA faculty and students from June 2022 to January 2023. In January 2023, Grace became the Academic Support Specialist for CISA's McNair campus. Grace graduated from the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University with a concentration in Security Policy and a regional specialization in Europe/Eurasia. She is currently pursuing her masters in the Georgetown Security Studies Program, with a continued interest in U.S. national security security policy, and Russian influence in post Soviet states.