New AtlanticistNov 3, 2022
Inside the US Nuclear Posture Review’s approach to a new era of three-power nuclear competition
By Katherine Walla
The Atlantic Council hosted current and former Department of Defense, State, and Energy officials to outline the top takeaways from the strategy.
New AtlanticistSep 27, 2022
What’s Congress’ role in holding Putin accountable? US senators discuss their next moves.
By Katherine Walla
Sens. Jeanne Shaheen and Thom Tillis called upon allies to boost their support for Ukraine not only for the country’s sovereignty but also for the region’s stability and for the sake of the international order.
New AtlanticistSep 19, 2022
The 2022 Global Citizen Awards: Honoring the bridge-builders and peacemakers in a time of war
By Katherine Walla, Daniel Malloy
The Atlantic Council's annual gala honored three world leaders, an Academy Award-winning artist, Google's CEO, and the strength of the transatlantic relationship.
Katherine Walla is the associate director of editorial at the Atlantic Council. With six years of experience in journalism and editing, both at think tanks and newspapers, she has dedicated her burgeoning career to highlighting the ideas of the most innovative doers and top intellectual experts. Most recently, she was the communications coordinator for Food Tank, a non-profit think tank focused on improving nutrition and sustainability globally. There, she led and edited a team of writers, managed a biweekly podcast and weekly newsletter, and hosted a two-day summit featuring the top thinkers and leaders in the food system. As a loyal Vermonter, Walla once worked at the Manchester Journal, helping increase the Journal’s online presence and compiling the town’s history into a weekly column called “Bound Volumes.”
Prior to her roles at the Atlantic Council and at Food Tank, Walla graduated from Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service with a degree in international relations, focusing on culture and politics. There, she dedicated her time to serving her community as a brother of Alpha Phi Omega’s Mu Alpha chapter, where she was awarded the Distinguished Service Key, and as a member of the Dog Tag Bakery team, helping veterans, military spouses, and caregivers find renewed purpose.