Jodi Lieberman is a senior advisor at Argonne National Laboratory. She has previously held positions at the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the US Departments of State and Energy, where she focused on IAEA matters, nuclear safety and security, safeguards, and bilateral nuclear cooperation. In particular, Lieberman played a lead role in creating and implementing bilateral cooperation projects with countries of the former Soviet Union, India and Pakistan and worked closely with the interagency community to help guide policy in this regard. She has also held positions in Congress, serving as Professional Staff on the Senate Homeland Security Committee where she worked issues associated with chemical, biological, nuclear and radiological threats, and as an international relations fellow in the offices of Senator Robert Menendez and Congressman Joseph Crowley. Lieberman has published and spoken on a range of nuclear issues, including implementation of 123 agreements, the South African nuclear weapons program, and nuclear power in Eastern Europe. She holds a Masters degree in international relations from Columbia University.