Tim Johnson is a first-year MBA candidate at the School of Management. Tim graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 2018 with Honors in International History along with a track in Nuclear Engineering. Upon graduation, Tim served five years as a Field Artillery officer in the United States Army. During his time in service, Tim served as a platoon leader in Bravo Battery, 6-37 Field Artillery in Camp Casey, Korea; the fire support officer for Dakota Troop, 4-10 Cavalry in Fort Carson, Colorado; and the fire support officer for the 2nd Combat Aviation Brigade in Camp Humphreys, Korea. While at West Point, Tim was the Cadet-in-Charge of the Cadet Community on Civil-Military Operations, an organization which connects cadets with students from civilian universities interested in public service to build ties between future military, political, and diplomatic leaders. In this role, Tim researched the ethnic integration of the Armed Forces of Bosnia-Herzegovina following the Dayton Accords and its potential applicability in other post-conflict states. Through his studies and overseas service, Tim became passionate about the potential role of nuclear energy in fighting climate change and maintaining energy security. As a Kerry Fellow, Tim plans to research how international policy and public opinion impacts the business development and supply chains of companies building small modular reactors and micro-modular reactors. After completing his graduate studies, Tim hopes to apply his research in a corporate strategy role within the nuclear energy industry.