Natalia Henriquez Sanchez is a research assistant at the RAND Corporation. Her research interests lie in science and technology policy in relation to national security, systems engineering, operations research, and space policy. Her work at RAND has included projects concerning 5G, semiconductors, quantum technology, U.S. Air Force and U.S. Space Force operations, and the commercial space sector. Henriquez Sanchez holds a B.S. in Physics from the University of California, San Diego. 


B.S. in physics, University of California-San Diego (UCSD); AS in physics & math, Los Angeles Valley College



Selected Work

  • Martin, Bradley, Laura H. Baldwin, Paul DeLuca, Natalia Henriquez Sanchez, Mark Hvizda, Colin D. Smith, and N. Peter Whitehead, Supply Chain Interdependence and Geopolitical Vulnerability: The Case of Taiwan and High-End Semiconductors, RAND Corporation (RR-A2354-1), 2023
  • Parker, Edward, Richard Silberglitt, Daniel Gonzales, Natalia Henriquez Sanchez, Justin W. Lee, Lindsay Rand, Jon Schmid, Peter Dortmans, and Christopher A. Eusebi, An Assessment of U.S.-Allied Nations' Industrial Bases in Quantum Technology, RAND Corporation (RR-A2055-1), 2023
  • Martin, Bradley, Michael Nixon, Natalia Henriquez Sanchez, and Colin D. Smith, Impact of Individual Augmentation Policy on Navy Reserve Force Readiness, RAND Corporation (RR-A1889-1), 2023

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