Paula Doyle

Paula Doyle is a national security and foreign policy expert with over 30 years of experience within the diplomatic and intelligence communities.  Currently, Ms. Doyle teaches a class on Turkey and the Levant at Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service, Center for Security Studies.  Previously, she served as Associate Deputy Director for Operations Technology within the Central Intelligence Agency.  Before that, she served as a Deputy National Counterintelligence Executive within the Office of the Director of National Intelligence where she led efforts with the White House to shape and implement Insider Threat Detection Programs in 77.  Prior to that, she served within the CIA in Asia and the Levant and worked on counterproliferation issues.  Ms. Doyle holds a BA in International Affairs and a BS in International Business from the University of Colorado, Bolder.