Senior Fellows

On September 29, 2017, the Center for Cyber & Homeland Security announced its new cohort of senior fellows, listed below.   These senior fellows will serve in the role for a two-year term that begins on October 1, 2017.  Links to biographical information for these senior fellows will be added shortly.

If you would like to contact any of the Center's senior fellows for a media or research-related inquiry, please e-mail the Center at cchs@gwu.edu, and we can forward your inquiry to the appropriate individual.

Dr. Richard Andres, National Defense University
Dr. Mary Barton, Office of the Secretary of Defense Historical Office
Christopher Button, JPMorgan
Dr. Jordin Cohen, Noblis
Brian de Vallance, Cambridge Global Advisors
Dr. George Duchak, Office of the Secretary of Defense
Sean Farrell, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Jared Feinberg, Prevalent, Inc.
Sarah Geffroy, AT&T Services, Inc.
Geoff Hancock, Advanced Cybersecurity Group
Scott Helfstein, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management
Andrew Hersh, JLT Specialty USA
Sean Kanuck, International Institute for Strategic Studies
Hirobumi Kayama, Ministry of Economy, Industry and Trade (METI), Japan
Brian Kamoie, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Department of Homeland Security
Kalev Leetaru, RealClearFoundation
Rear Admiral Stephen Metruck (USCG, Ret.), East Potomac Partners LLC
Rear Admiral Will Metts (USN, Ret.), Northrop Grumman Corporation
Margaret Nencheck, MacAulay Brown Inc.
David Olive, Catalyst Partners
Nancy Pomerleau, Department of Homeland Security
Michelle Richardson, Center for Democracy and Technology
Daniel ("DJ") Rosenthal, Kroll
Howard Steinman, A.T. Kearney
Damon Stevens, National Counterterrorism Center
Usha Sutliff, Layafette Group
Dr. Bert Tussing, U.S. Army War College
Michelle Van Cleave, Jack Kemp Foundation
Clint Watts, Miburo Solutions, Inc.
Marcy Wheeler, emptywheel
Dr. Henry Willis, RAND Corporation
Cory WilsonU.S. Secret Service
Jason Yanussi, Capgemini Government Solutions