PhD Student, Harvard Kennedy School
Nathan Fleming is interested in natural resource economics and security studies: Specifically, he is interested in understanding how access to natural resources affects national security and potentially drives conflict. He also has a related interest in manufacturing firm strategies for securing critical materials. He is currently a doctoral student in Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School. He began his career as a mechanical engineer; he designed aircraft engines at General Electric for 5 years before returning to school to earn SM degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Technology & Policy at MIT.