Jacqueline McLaren Miller was a Senior Associate in the Strategic Trust-Building Initiative, where she ran the U.S. program.
Her programmatic work focused on the U.S.-Russia and U.S.-China bilateral relationships as well as nuclear disarmament and nonproliferation issues. Among her publications is the co-edited book Post-Communist Politics and Change in Russia and East/Central Europe (2005). Previously, Jacqueline served as Deputy Director of the Council on Foreign Relations’ Washington program. She was assistant director of the Russia and Eurasia Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and assistant director of the highly-regarded Program on New Approaches to Russian Security (PONARS). She has also served as an adjunct faculty member at George Washington University.
Her honors include being named a Truman Security Fellow (2010), a Foreign Language Area Studies Fellowship (FLAS) for Russia, and she was an International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX) Visiting Scholar in Kyrgyzstan. She also worked as an editor and translator at the Estonian Academy of Sciences. Jacqueline has an AB and an MPA from Cornell University and an MPhil from The George Washington University.