Meet the I-Team

Meet the team that put together a comprehensive fact book on nuclear weapons, the issues, the threats and what the United States and the international community has been doing to keep nuclear weapons from falling in the hands of terrorists.

Team members appear in alphabetical order.

Ursula Fahy

Ursula Fahy has worked at ABC Network News as an international and domestic assignment editor for four years. She has experience field producing and managing remotes for major breaking news stories -- ranging from ABC's election coverage to Pope John Paul II's funeral.

Prior to working at ABC, she worked for four years at The Wall Street Journal in New York and in Brussels, Belgium. She worked as a columnist and news editor. Ursula Fahy has a bachelor's degree in English from Fordham University.

Chris Isham

Chris Isham is a senior producer at ABC News and head of the investigative unit.

Jennifer Moravitz

Prior to joining ABC News, Jennifer Moravitz worked as a research asssociate, and later as a consultant, for the office of Dr. Anthony H. Cordesman, the Arleigh A. Burke Chair in Strategy at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C. At CSIS, Moravitz focused on issues relating to the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the role of the United Nations in fighting terrorism, security in the Middle East, and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. She is currently an adjunct fellow with the Burke Chair in Strategy Program at CSIS and a production associate/researcher for ABC News in New York.

Jacqueline Shire

Prior to joining ABC as a news consultant, Jacqueline Shire spent eight years in the State Department's Bureau of Political Military Affairs working on defense trade, proliferation and weapons of mass destruction. Her assignments included tours of duty at the United Nations Special Commission on Iraq, the U.S. Mission to the United Nations, the U.N.'s Conference on Disarmament in Geneva, and at the State Department where she helped develop initiatives to address the proliferation risks posed by weapons scientists of the former Soviet Union, and for the disposition of surplus weapons plutonium. Shire holds an M.I.A. from Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs with a focus on security policy and Middle Eastern studies, and a B.A. from Columbia College.