The ROA member had come to die Crystal City, Va., restaurant via Metro from the State Department, where she serves as ambassador, coordinator for threat reduction programs. [...] Ms. Jenkins served as the "ambassador's lawyer" on U.S. delegations negotiating weapons of mass destruction nonproliferation and disarmament treaties, drafting treaty text, and working with representatives from the Department of Energy, Department of Defense (DoD), Central Intelligence Agency, and other organizations. [...] while at Belfer, she was asked to serve on the 9/11 Commission. 9/11 Commission As a legal and policy expert, Ms. Jenkins pored through thousands of pages of classified material, digesting the information and capturing the salient points for the commission's final report about DoD policy and U.S. military plans to pursue Al-Qaida before 9/ 1 1 .
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