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Rebeccah L. Heinrichs

Senior Fellow

Rebeccah Heinrichs is a senior fellow at Hudson Institute, providing research and commentary on a range of national security issues, and specializing in nuclear deterrence, missile defense, and counter-proliferation.

Her work has appeared in major newspapers such as The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Times, and Investor’s Business Daily as well as political journals such as Politico and The Hill.

Rebeccah served as an adviser on military matters and foreign policy to Rep. Trent Franks (R-AZ), a member of the House Armed Services Committee, and helped launch the bipartisan Missile Defense Caucus.

She has testified before Congress and has presented to numerous organizations including the Aerospace Industries Association, the Reserve Officers Association, the National Defense Industrial Association, the Center for Strategic and International Studies, and for the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies.

She holds a Master of Arts degree in national security and strategic policy from the U.S. Naval War College. She also graduated with highest distinction from its College of Naval Command and Staff, receiving the Director’s Award for academic excellence. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Ashland University in Ohio, and graduated from the Ashbrook Scholar Program.

Rebeccah currently resides in Arlington, Virginia with her husband and their children.

Iran’s Missile Proliferation: A Conversation with Special Envoy Brian Hook September 19 Event

Transatlantic Crossroads: What To Expect from the NATO Summit July 12 Event

Taking Stock of Trump’s Foreign Policy After Year One February 26th Event

A New Nuclear Review for a New Age July 13th Event

The Syrian Crisis: American Interests and Moral Considerations March 10th Event

The UN Resolution on the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty September 20th Event

China's Missiles and the Implications for the United States August 19th Event

Iran's Missile Program June 2nd Event