Marcy R. Fowler is the Research and Analysis Manager for Open Nuclear Network (ONN), a programme of One Earth Future, leading ONN's team of analysts, strengthening their use of innovative analytical methodologies and technologies in support of nuclear risk reduction. Marcy is an expert in utilizing information analysis to understand issues of international security, strategic stability, nuclear non-proliferation, arms control, and disarmament, and to recommend appropriate policy and technical interventions to reduce risk and verify treaty compliance. Marcy's regional expertise is in the states of the former Soviet Union.
Marcy spent nearly a decade as an open source, trade and multimedia information analyst at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), where she spearheaded efforts to enhance analytical systems, processes and teams. She was a key contributor to several State evaluation groups, leading the analysis of complex nuclear fuel cycle-related information in the context of States' legal obligations, and recommending, planning and performing information-driven in-field verification activities. Marcy has also worked in the areas of nuclear policy and information analysis with international non-profit organizations and think tanks, as well as with the US government and US national laboratories. Prior to entering this field, Marcy worked for a private technology firm as a web developer and technology trainer.
Marcy holds a bachelor of arts degree in political science and in Slavic languages and literatures (Russian) from the University of Kansas, and a master of international affairs degree from the Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA), concentrating on international security policy.