Deborah Golden and Dewey Houck
Deborah Golden, principal, Deloitte & Touche LLP, and Dewey Houck, vice president and chief data analytics officer for Boeing Defense, Space & Security, have joined the advisory board at the Ted and Karyn Hume Center for National Security and Technology. The Hume Center advisory board is made up of defense and intelligence professionals with significant experience in science, technology, and research who provide strategic direction to ensure that the Hume Center carries out its mission to cultivate the next generation of national security leaders by developing and executing curricular, extracurricular, and research opportunities to engage students.
Golden recently took on a new role within Deloitte & Touche as Federal Cyber Risk Services leader. In addition, Golden is lead principal for a major federal government healthcare provider. She has more than 20 years of information technology, security, and privacy experience spanning numerous industries, including a specialization in cybersecurity and identity and access management. Golden also has expertise within the federal, life sciences and health, and financial services industries.
At Boeing, Houck is responsible for leading a team focused on gathering and leveraging data as a business asset, enabling Boeing defense platforms and services to gain a distinct information advantage in the global marketplace. He was previously vice president and general manager of Boeing’s Electronics and Information Solutions division. Prior to that, Houck served as vice president of Intelligence Systems, responsible for the horizontal integration of the intelligence community through deployment of information sharing technologies and the development of information management components for more effective intelligence planning and analysis.
"These exceptional individuals bring a wealth of experience and insight to our advisory board," said Hume Center Director Charles Clancy. "They join an already established group of leaders in the national security field who provide invaluable contributions to the mission and direction of the Hume Center."
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Posted November 18, 2015