• Develop and implement a plan to communicate through CISSM’s website and programmatic activities that increasing gender and other forms of diversity in the next generation of security policy professionals is a core part of CISSM’s mission.
  • Ensure that at least 50% of speakers at CISSM-sponsored public events are women and others with perspectives that are underrepresented in U.S. security policy  discussions.
  • Meet with CISSM-associated faculty each semester to identify ways to incorporate more women’s perspectives and gender-related dimensions of policy in courses and research to broaden learning objectives and improve policy outcomes.