Lecturer, Department of Politics
Contact LaMesha Craftlcraft@coastal.edu
Brittan Hall 343
Fall 2019 Office Hours:
Tuesday/Thursday 2:00 - 4:30pm
Education is the foundation upon which we build our future." – Christine Gregoire
LaMesha Craft holds a doctorate in public policy and administration with a concentration in homeland security policy and coordination. She joined the CCU staff in 2018. Before full-time teaching, she served 20 years of active duty in the U.S. Army as an All-Source Intelligence Warrant Officer. She has provided strategic and operational intelligence analysis of nation-state and non-state threats to U.S. interests, policy, data, and networks in/around Asia, Europe, the Horn of Africa, the Middle East, Southwest Asia. She has also worked overseas in Kosovo, Germany, Kuwait, and Iraq. Dr. Craft has presented research in conferences and webinars on the threats of agro-terrorism and the potential for anomie; setting the conditions for community development and competence during crises; and emerging threats during post-normal times.
While in the Army, she authored a comprehensive guide to applying military doctrinal processes when conducting intelligence analysis of the cyber threat. It has been recognized as a "best practice" by the Center for Army Lessons Learned and has been requested by several allied nations.