Jeff Pudlo

Program Assistant for Nuclear Disarmament and Pentagon Spending


Jeff Pudlo, Staff Assistant for Nuclear Disarmament and Pentagon Spending

Jeff Pudlo assists FCNL’s Nuclear Disarmament team by ensuring grassroots engagement with elected officials can fully inform the work of FCNL’s lobbyists in DC, and assists Anthony Wier in lobbying and maintaining the Nuclear Calendar.

Prior to joining FCNL, Jeff was Legislative Director of the Peace Alliance, where he researched and lobbied on both foreign affairs issues and criminal and juvenile justice issues. His work helping grassroots advocates connect to their Members of Congress played a key role in the passage of the Deaths in Custody Reporting Act, which requires that all deaths in police custody be reported to the FBI. His efforts at the Peace Alliance also helped lead to House passage of the Youth PROMISE Act, a bill that would create a system to help communities create violence prevention programs and supports for at-risk youth.

He interned in the Senate with Senator Kay Hagan and graduated with a B.S. in Political Science from Clarkson University. He is from Greensboro, N.C., where his family attends New Garden Friends Meeting.

Articles by Jeff Pudlo

Update Hungry Children Cannot Eat Warplanes 

Amid a Washington frenzied these past weeks over hurricanes, high-level convictions, tell-all books, and high-stakes nomination hearings, you might not have heard that Congress has just reached a final deal for a massive $717 billion Pentagon spending measure.

Update Congress Greenlights Trump’s Dangerous New Nuke 

Congress just passed the annual National Defense Authorization Act. In it, Congress approved the Trump administration’s request for a new submarine-launched “low-yield” nuclear warhead.

Update Military Policy Bill Moves to the Senate 

Just before Memorial Day, the House passed its initial version of the bloated annual National Defense Authorization Act—the main military policy bill that Congress approves every year.

Update What We're Reading on North Korea 

It’s easy to become overwhelmed with the constant stream of rapidly changing news about North Korea. However, we’ve assembled these articles to offer you important context and perspectives on the current crisis, demonstrating the consequences for choosing war and the opportunities possible with diplomacy.

Background Why We're Speaking Up on North Korea 

Hopes for diplomacy have grown, but the risks of war with North Korea remain all too real.