Eliana Reynolds serves as a Policy and Programs Coordinator at the Truman Center for National Policy. She first joined the Truman Center as a Programs Undergraduate Fellow in 2021 after completing the U.S. State Department’s Critical Language Scholarship program for Korean. Eliana graduated with honors in 2021 from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County with a B.A. in Political Science and minors in Korean and Music. As an undergraduate, Eliana co-founded and served as President of UMBC’s International Justice Mission chapter, volunteered as a research assistant studying terrorism deterrence in the Political Science Department, and completed an honors thesis on nuclear deterrence and counterproliferation in North Korea. She also enjoyed working in a variety of capacities, including Legal Assistant, Korean Tutor, and Project Support Staff at a major government contractor. Eliana hopes to continue studying nuclear nonproliferation and Korean politics through her work and eventually through higher education.