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Will Ossoff

Security Policy at Physicians for Social Responsibility

Will is currently working on nuclear weapons policy in the Security Program at Physicians for Social Responsibility, a non-profit that won the 1985 Nobel Peace Prize for building public pressure toward nuclear disarmament. At PSR, Will has been responsible for research and community outreach on such issues as diplomacy with Iran, the nuclear weapons budget, and the humanitarian threats of nuclear war. He has published for the PSR Monitor and coordinated with over 50 organizations nationwide to organize a campaign for the anniversary of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings.

Will is a rising senior at Bowdoin College, studying international relations. He plans to continue working in international law and policy on issues involving human rights and conflict resolution. He has advocated for such issues as a member of Bowdoin's Amnesty International chapter. Will is also involved in the Bowdoin community as a member of Bowdoin Student Government, captain of the men's cross country team, and former vice president of Quinby House. An avid Boston sports fan and blogger, Will edits his own blog titled "After the Bambino" and contributes to "BoSox Injection."

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