Linda S. Millis currently leads the intelligence concentration in the Forensics and Legal Psychology Department at Marymount University. She is a veteran of the intelligence community having served at the National Security Agency, the Central Intelligence Agency, the White House and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
Ms. Millis has also worked in the private sector to help the business community and government collaborate on homeland security and intelligence issues. While with the Business Executives for Natural Security (BENS), she created an innovative homeland security partnership between business and government that the White House embraced as a model for the nation. Linda followed her personal interest and experience with an entrepreneurial effort to connect the private sector, academia and government organizations to solve cybersecurity issues while protecting privacy and civil liberties.
Ms. Millis has been involved in education throughout her career as a volunteer teacher in Tanzania and adjunct faculty at George Mason University. She believes that education and training is critical to keeping our nation safe.