Anna Pluff

Anna Pluff is a New Voices in Nuclear Weapons Fellow at the Federation of American Scientists. She graduated summa cum laude with a BA in history from Colgate University and completed her MA in history from the University of Chicago. Her thesis studied uranium mining, nuclear colonialism, and Lakota anti-nuclear activism in the Black Hills of South Dakota. She previously worked as a junior fellow for the Partnerships in Proliferation Prevention Program at the Henry L. Stimson Center, analyzing nuclear security issues regarding domestic violent extremism and insider threat mitigation.