Congratulations to Ms. Elaine Lammert for her appointment to Program Director of both the Homeland Security and the Cybersecurity Strategy and Information Management master's degree programs, effective July 1. She also holds the title of associate professor in the College of Professional Studies.
She is currently serving as the Interim Program Director of both programs. She will assume her new title following more than a year in the interim role.
Ms. Lammert came to GW following 28 years with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and additional professional experience working as a private consultant.
Ms. Lammert retired as the Principal Deputy General Counsel in the FBI Office of the General Counsel. She oversaw legal advice in the areas of criminal law, national security, intelligence capabilities, cyber, science and technology, critical incidents and international operations. She also managed office operations, including budget formulation, presentation and execution.
She is the recipient of the FBI’s Director’s Award for the FBI’s Integrity and Compliance Program and the Presidential Rank Award for Meritorious Executive in the Senior Executive Service.
She has a J.D. from Washington University in St. Louis and a Bachelor of Arts from Swarthmore College in political science with a concentration in Asian Studies.
About Elaine Lammert