Sarah Miller Beebe, Adjunct Faculty
Sarah Miller Beebe is an analytic facilitator, coach, instructor, and speaker. Her research interests center on the intersection of intelligence analysis and human cognition, specifically whether structured analytic frameworks can mitigate mindset and bias.
While in government, Mrs. Beebe served as Director for Russian Affairs on the National Security Council Staff, where she chaired interagency policy committees on U.S.-Russian counter-proliferation and counter-terrorism programs, and spearheaded work on bilateral nuclear energy cooperation. As an analyst and manager at the Central Intelligence Agency, Mrs. Beebe oversaw CIA’s analysis of Russian foreign and security policy. While serving as Acting National Counterintelligence Officer for Europe in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence’s National Counterintelligence Executive, she developed national-level strategies for Intelligence Community coordination, communication, and outreach.
Mrs. Beebe has served as Senior Fellow and Affiliate Faculty member at the George Mason University Law School Center for Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security, and was Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland University College, where she taught courses in Intelligence. The second edition of her book, Cases in Intelligence Analysis: Structured Analytic Techniques in Action, was published by CQ Press in 2015.
The second edition of her book, Cases in Intelligence Analysis: Structured Analytic Techniques in Action, was published by CQ Press in 2015.
Mrs. Beebe has a B.A. in International Relations from Boston University, and an M.A. in Russian Studies from Boston University’s interdisciplinary University Professors’ Program.