A veteran of the US Intelligence Community, Bonnie Mitchell presently serves at the Program Manager for the Brand and Consumer Protection Program at the National Cyber-Forensics and Training Alliance (NCFTA), a non-profit corporation focused on identifying, mitigating and neutralizing cybercrime threats globally. The NCFTA was created by industry and law enforcement to enable information-sharing to address cyber threats. Previously, she served as the Principal Deputy National Intelligence Manager for Transnational Crime, Western Hemisphere, and Homeland in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence with responsibility for integrating and managing across the U.S. Intelligence Community’s collection, analysis, operations, and counterintelligence activities on transnational crime issues globally, and on national security priorities from the Arctic to Antarctica, Latin America, and the United States Homeland. Ms. Mitchell also had assignments at the White House, Department of Defense, the National Intelligence Council, and the National Counterterrorism Center where she held various management, policy, analytic, and operational positions on global national security priorities. She is a graduate of the National Defense University in Washington, D.C. with a Masters Degree in Strategic Security Studies.