Dana Kim is a research associate with the Korea Chair at CSIS, where she manages projects related to satellite imagery analysis and the internship program. Ms. Kim also oversees research projects related to North Korea’s weapons of mass destruction (WMD) program and general Korea policy issues. Prior to joining CSIS, she completed a fellowship with the Center for International Relations and Politics (CIRP) at Carnegie Mellon University’s Institute for Politics and Strategy. As the CIRP Fellow, she directed the CIRP Research Lab while leading the planning and development of research projects pertaining to U.S. grand strategy, military strategy, national security, and foreign policy. Ms. Kim holds a B.S. in international relations and politics with a minor in biomedical engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.