Major Fellowship Activities: Cantuti researched the political, military, and economic relations among the countries of the former Soviet Union (FSU). She tracked and analyzed the clandestine removal of fissile materials from the FSU. She wrote a number of articles for ACA’s Arms Control Today.
Current Activities: Cantuti is a Project Manager in the Weapons Proliferation Analysis Division at Science Applications International Corporation focusing on proliferation forecasting and intelligence analysis of countries of proliferation concern. Prior to that she focused on the second line of defense, a Department of Energy program with Russian customs to prevent nuclear smuggling out of the Russian Federation.
At ACA, the analysts and staff were very helpful not only in assisting me to prepare my work for a professional audience, but also in getting to know who that audience was….My ombudsperson was…outstanding both as a role model of career choices and as a friendly concerned face in a city which can be a bit harsh to a new-comer….This Fellowship was instrumental in taking me from a student of arms control to a professional in arms control.