Rose E. Gottemoeller
Rose Gottemoeller "was appointed Director of Carnegie Moscow Center in January of 2006. Formerly, Gottemoeller was a senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment, where she held a joint appointment with the Russian and Eurasian Program and the Global Policy Program. A specialist on defense and nuclear issues in Russia and the other former Soviet states, Gottemoeller’s research at the Endowment focused on issues of nuclear security and stability, non-proliferation, and arms control.
"Before joining the Endowment in October 2000, Gottemoeller was deputy undersecretary for defense nuclear nonproliferation in the U.S. Department of Energy. Previously, she served as the department’s assistant secretary for nonproliferation and national security, with responsibility for all nonproliferation cooperation with Russia and the Newly Independent States. She first joined the department in November 1997 as director of the Office of Nonproliferation and National Security.
"Prior to the Energy Department, Gottemoeller served for three years as deputy director of the International Institute for Strategic Studies in London. From 1993 to 1994, she served on the National Security Council in the White House as director for Russia, Ukraine, and Eurasia Affairs, with responsibility for denuclearization in Ukraine, Kazakhstan, and Belarus. Previously, she was a social scientist at RAND and a Council on Foreign Relations International affairs fellow. She has taught on Soviet military policy at Georgetown University, and is currently teaching on Russian security in Eurasia, also at Georgetown University." 
- Governing Board, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute 
- Expert, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
- Advisory Board, National Security Network
- Jury Member (2007), Council on Foreign Relations: Arthur Ross Book Award 
Resources and articles
- Rose E. Gottemoeller, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace , accessed December 28, 2007.
- The SIPRI Governing Board, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, accessed December 28, 2007.
- Past Winners of the Arthur Ross Book Award, Council on Foreign Relations, accessed January 22, 2008.