Christine Brazeau is associate director for the International Security Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). Prior to this role, she was program manager for the Smart Women, Smart Power Initiative and outreach manager for ISP, and prior to that she was development coordinator and executive assistant to the chief development officer in the Office of Development at CSIS. Previously, Ms. Brazeau worked for She’s the First, a nonprofit organization supporting girls’ education in developing nations. She also worked for generationOn, a Points of Light subsidiary, where she developed campaigns to promote family volunteerism in the New York City area. Before joining CSIS, Christine was a graduate assistant at Seton Hall University where she pursued her M.A. in diplomacy and international relations with specializations in foreign policy analysis and global health and human security. Christine also holds a B.A. from Hofstra University in public relations.
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The 2022 Defense and Security Outlook
Podcast Episode by Christine Brazeau , Rose Butchart , Catrina Doxsee , Devi Nair , Suzanne Spaulding , and Makena Young — January 13, 2022
The 2021 Defense and Security Outlook
Podcast Episode by Beverly Kirk , Christine Brazeau , Suzanne Claeys , Catrina Doxsee , Devi Nair , and Makena Young — February 18, 2021
Online Event: Opening Doors: A Conversation with Reja Younis
Event by Reja Younis and Christine Brazeau — October 27, 2020