Alice Chang serves as the Policy and Programs Coordinator at the Truman National Security Project, having previously worked at Truman for two consecutive terms as an Undergraduate and Senior Undergraduate Fellow. Most recently, Alice was an intern at the Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program, where she conducted research and distilled lessons from expert roundtables on the connections between climate change, human mobility, and conflict in Central America. Alice also helped catalyze the program’s work on climate disinformation. Previously, she was a leader on a research team commissioned by the U.S. Department of State to shape the agency’s use of artificial intelligence and worked on global development issues at the Borgen Project and the Peace Corps. Alice is completing her degree in international relations and anthropology with a focus on security policy at the George Washington University in Washington, DC.