Destiny Clements currently serves as a Public Policy and Government Relations Manager at the National Security Institute. In addition to engaging with Congressional offices on national security issues, Destiny assists in the organization and implementation of several NSI programs and events, including the Technologist Fellowship, the summer student program in Padua, Italy, and NSI’s programming on antitrust reform. She also oversees NSI’s blog, The SCIF, which features insightful analysis from NSI experts.
Prior to joining NSI, Destiny served as the Program Associate at the American Academy of Diplomacy where she worked with former U.S. ambassadors and leaders in foreign policy to facilitate outreach programs, publications, and events. Destiny earned her Bachelor’s degree from Purdue University and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree at Harvard University Extension School in International Relations with a concentration in National Security. Having traveled to or studied in more than 40 countries, Destiny’s interests in national security and foreign affairs stem from her time abroad.