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David Hart

Washington, District of Columbia
Speaker Topic: Nuclear Weapons
PSR Affiliation: Director of Security Program

Areas of Expertise:

  • Nuclear War
  • Nuclear Weapons
  • 1 More 4 Zero
Media Experience: Writing (op-eds), Public Speaking

Why PSR?

PSR’s vital medical voice has had and will continue to have a significant impact on issues of global concern. We can and must help people understand the urgency of abolishing all nuclear weapons.

Biographical Sketch

David leads PSR’s nuclear weapons and disarmament efforts, works to promote constructive non-military solutions to international conflict and to cut excessive military spending to fund human and environmental needs. He has served as executive director of local, state, and national nonprofit organizations including Peace Action Maine and Veterans for Peace. He was the CEO of the Association for Conflict Resolution from 2001 - 2006.  David received a BA in Peace and Conflict Studies from Oberlin College and holds a master's in political science from Syracuse University's Maxwell School, where he earned Certificates of Achievement from the Program on the Analysis and Resolution of Conflict (PARC) and the Institute on Creative Conflict Management.  

To request David Hart as a speaker, please email psrnatl@psr.org or call 202-667-4260.

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