Rick Wayman has joined the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation as their newly appointed president and CEO. Through his role, Mr. Wayman will focus the work of NAPF on Peace Literacy, an initiative that teaches people the skills to proactively understand the most critical issues of today.
Prior to taking on this position, Mr. Wayman served as NAPF’s director of programs and operations, and more recently as the organization’s deputy director. Still, Mr. Wayman is looking forward to taking on new responsibilities, allowing him to expand NAPF’s reach even further.
“There couldn’t be a more important time in history to empower people with the knowledge and skills to achieve peace in their own lives, in their communities, and around the world,” Mr. Wayman said in a news release.
Mr. Wayman earned his bachelor’s from Marquette University, and a master’s from the School for International Training. His writings on sustainable policies and nuclear disarmament have been published by the New York Times, Los Angeles Times and the Washington Post.
For more information, go to wagingpeace.org.