As Program Officer in International Peace and Security at Carnegie Corporation, Carl Robichaud manages a portfolio of grants to strengthen nuclear security. In this capacity, he heads the Corporation’s work on strengthening nuclear governance and investing in the next generation of nuclear experts. Before joining Carnegie Corporation, Robichaud was a Program Officer at The Century Foundation, where he wrote extensively on nonproliferation and counterterrorism policy and directed the Afghanistan Watch program. During this time he authored, edited, and contributed to numerous publications on international security, including Breaking the Nuclear Impasse: New Prospects for Security against Weapons Threats (2007).
Previously, Robichaud was a program officer with the Global Security Institute where he coordinated programs on arms control and disarmament. Robichaud holds an M.P.A in public policy and international affairs from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University and a B.A. from Wesleyan University. He is a 1999 Thomas J. Watson fellow and a 2003 Harold W. Rosenthal fellow for international affairs and security at The Stimson Center and the Council on Foreign Relations, where he is currently a Term Member. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, Elsie Kagan, a painter.