Linda Millis

Linda Millis (no photo)

Professor of Practice

Forensic and Legal Psychology

Academic Credentials

BA, University of Maryland
MIPP, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies


Linda is a veteran of the intelligence community having served at the National Security Agency, the President’s Intelligence Advisory Board at the White House, the Central Intelligence Agency and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.  Her areas of expertise include weapons of mass destruction, intelligence analysis, arms control, program management and building partnerships.  She has also worked in several non-profit organizations serving the national security community and recently, she was a Senior Vice President in a cyber security start-up that specialized in biometrics and access rights management.

Other Information

Teaching Area

  • Intelligence:  Theory and Practice
  • Intelligence Analysis
  • Contemporary Terrorism

Research Interests

  • Intelligence Community Reform
  • Cybersecurity
  • Innovation and Intelligence