Ms. Yvette Nonté was a National Security Fellow at Harvard’s Kennedy School in 2019-2020. She is currently the National Defense Strategy Integrator at the Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security, Warfighter Support. Previously, she served at DIA as Chief of Cyber and DoD Infrastructure Threats as well as Chief of Executive Visits at the Office of Congressional and Public Affairs. Yvette joined DIA after a 27-year career as an intelligence officer in the U.S. Army, retiring as a Colonel. Notable assignments included commanding the 310th Military Intelligence Battalion at Fort Meade, Director of Intelligence, Multi-national Security and Transition Command, Baghdad, Iraq, Assistant J2, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Chief of Staff, Afghanistan-Pakistan Task Force. Yvette holds a BA in music from Illinois State University, a MS in National Resource Strategy from National Defense University, and a MS in Strategic Intelligence from the Joint Military Intelligence College.

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