Laura Leddy

Laura Leddy

20232024

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Personal Profile

Laura Leddy is a researcher within NREL's Energy Security and Resilience Center who focuses on technical solution development and cybersecurity best practices for resilience. Laura provides cybersecurity assistance to utilities through the USAID-NREL Partnership, contributes to NREL's resilience initiative, and works with external stakeholders to advance projects funded by the U.S. Department of Energy. She has a professional background in climate security and international affairs. 

Research Interests

Energy resilience policy (domestic and international)

Critical infrastructure and national security

Arctic climate and energy security

Professional Experience

Graduate Research Assistant, Texas A&M University (2020–2021)

Climate Security Intern, American Security Project (2020)

Program Assistant, American Political Science Association (2017–2019)

Education/Academic Qualification

Master, International Affairs, Texas A&M University

Bachelor, History, University of Virginia

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