Dr. Frazier is a nuclear physicist in the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration in Washington, D.C. She is currently a Visiting Professor at National Defense University (NDU) co-developing a curriculum in Nuclear and Energy Security and teaching graduate level classes in nuclear nonproliferation and nuclear weapons-related policy.
"I focused on security metrics, that is, measuring security. This research area is like a religion. Some people believe it, and others do not. However, everyone within the security community recognizes its importance. The fact is that security will never be a science until we can measure it accurately and reliably. There is no doubt that every facet of society will be affected by security metrics if some set of metrics prove to be “right.” "
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