Distinguished Fellow at the Atlantic Council
Dr. Julia Nesheiwat brings unique experiences building public private partnerships, and over 20 years in international energy security and resilience, critical infrastructure protection (CIP), climate, and homeland security, serving in the Bush, Obama, Trump, and Biden Administrations.
Julia is currently a Distinguished Fellow at the Atlantic Council, and concluded service as Commissioner on the US Arctic Research Commission reporting to the White House and Congress. In 2019, she was appointed by the Governor as the first Chief Resilience Officer for the State of Florida, and then served as Deputy Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Resilience. She earned her PhD in science and engineering at Tokyo Institute of Technology, MA from Georgetown University, and BA from Stetson University.