Pallabi Mitra Chakrabarti, Chief Strategy & Innovation Officer
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Pallabi Mitra Chakrabarti, Chief Strategy & Innovation Officer

Pallabi Mitra Chakrabarti serves as the Chief Strategy & Innovation Officer for CMCI, where she is responsible for the innovation and growth of the company. She is passionate about delivering the highest quality solutions related to science, technology, and policy.

Before CMCI, Ms. Chakrabarti held positions at multiple Department of Energy (DOE) National Laboratories and federal government contracting organizations since 2016. She began her career supporting the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA), DOE’s semi-autonomous agency tasked with enhancing national security. During this time, she led the exploration of ionizing radiation technologies and spearheaded the development of innovative alternative technologies to radiological materials.

Most recently, Ms. Chakrabarti served as a subject matter expert at Sandia National Laboratories. She led activities related to the security of radioactive materials across a diverse set of partners, including international and domestic government agencies, other U.S. government laboratories, NGOs, industry, and academia. She also played an instrumental role in developing and designing research studies that identified and analyzed information on radiation technologies used in the treatment of cancer.

In parallel with her professional endeavors, Ms. Chakrabarti has pursued scholarly work at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). During her CSIS Nuclear Scholar appointment, Ms. Chakrabarti partnered with experts to publish an article series that recommended strengthening the nexus between health and security.

Currently, Ms. Chakrabarti is an Affiliate Scholar with the Center for International Security and Cooperation at Stanford University, where she continues to research how to bridge the gap between global health and radiological security. Ms. Chakrabarti received a Master of Science (MS) degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and she earned a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree from Cornell University.

Combined, Ms. Chakrabarti’s professional and academic experiences over the last several years have led to her continued interest in exploring the areas of science, technology, and policy, and she is excited to grow and develop these opportunity areas at CMCI.

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