Director, Nuclear Weapons Abolition Program
Martin Fleck is the program director for the Nuclear Weapons Abolition Program, where he develops and implements national campaigns for nuclear disarmament, nuclear nonproliferation, and sensible security budget priorities. Prior to his current post, Martin served as national coordinator of the Campaign for a Nuclear Weapons Free World. Martin also served as the executive director of Washington PSR (WPSR) for 16 years.
While with WPSR, Martin organized and traveled with WPSR delegations to Chelyabinsk, Russia in 1992 and 1995 to assist Russian physicians coping with health effects of the Mayak nuclear weapons plant. Martin also staffed the WPSR delegation to Israel, the West Bank and Gaza Strip in 1993. His work at WPSR included co-founding and facilitating the Northwest Disarmament Coalition and organizing conferences such as the Plutonium Roundtable and Beyond Oil.
Martin holds a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the University of Washington.