Tucker Boyce is a master's student in University of Maryland’s Public Policy program. He is a Robertson Fellow concentrating in international security and economic policy. In 2017, Tucker graduated from the University of Georgia with a bachelor’s degree in Economics. His current research focus is on international security, specifically nonproliferation policy and trade security. In between his undergraduate and graduate studies, he worked on a post-bachelor's appointment at Los Alamos National Laboratory. His regional focus is on Turkey and the Middle East, and he has completed two State Department-funded Critical Language Scholarships for Turkish.