Tammy S. Schultz
Tammy Schultz is the director of National Security and Joint Warfare and a professor of strategic studies at the U.S. Marine Corps War College. In 2010, she won the Dr. Elihu Rose Award for Teaching Excellence, and was the 2011 nominee. She also conducts communication simulations at the U.S. State Department for foreign service officers and is an adjunct professor at Georgetown University's Security Studies Program. Previously, she was a fellow at the Center for a New American Security and she served as a research fellow and director of research and policy at the U.S. Army's Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute. From 2003 to 2004, she was a research fellow at the Brookings Institution.
Schultz graduated summa cum laude from Regis University in 1995. She has master's degrees from Victoria University in New Zealand (with distinction) and The Johns Hopkins Schools of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). In 2005, she received her PhD from Georgetown University.
Schultz has been published and is frequently quoted on defense and national security issues in major news outlets. She was the co-chair of the Term Member Advisory Council at the Council on Foreign Relations, is a member of the executive board of the Mind Fitness Training Institute, and a principal in the Truman National Security Project. She is currently working on a book about the Department of Defense, and another on a national security firm that consults fictional characters.