Rebecca Johnson, Greenham peace women and Nobel Peace Prize Winner, lived at the camp for 6+ years during which she was involved in all of the major actions and was often in the media. In particular, Rebecca climbed the air traffic control tower and broke into the main operating room. After the INF treaty was signed, she attended a Pugwash conference where she witnessed Gorbechev give credit to the women at Greenham Common and their direct influence on him during his negotiations with Reagan. After Greenham, Rebecca went on to receive a Nobel Peace Prize for her work with ICAN (International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons), establishing an international ban. Since Greenham, her fight against nuclear weapons has continued.