Carol Dumaine

Carol Dumaine

Adjunct Lecturer in the Energy, Resources and Environment Program
International Relations
Energy, Resources and Environment

Background and Education

Carol Dumaine is an independent consultant specializing in internationally collaborative approaches to foreseeing and managing emerging global security issues.  Ms. Dumaine began her profession as an all-source intelligence analyst at the Central Intelligence Agency, and she retired from the federal government in June 2013. 

While in government, she had the opportunity to create and oversee several collaborative interdisciplinary analytic partnerships in the international security community.  She has been a featured speaker on climate security, resilience, and human security and natural resources issues at forums in the United States, Canada and Europe.  

From 2007-2010, Ms. Dumaine served as the head of the Energy and Environmental Security Directorate in the Office of Intelligence and Counterintelligence at the US Department of Energy (2007-2010). 

She is a co-editor of New Frontiers for Intelligence Analysis:  Shared Threats, Diverse Perspectives and New Communities (2005).   

She was recognized as a 2007 National Security Medal Finalist by the Partnership for Public Service’s “Service-to-America” program for her leadership in creating the Global Futures Forum.
Ms. Dumaine holds a Masters in International Public Policy (MIPP) from the Johns Hopkins’ School of Advanced International Studies and a Bachelor of Science in the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University.

2015-04-13 00:00:00 
Spring 2015