Mark Huber - Institute for Security Governance
Faculty, Advising & Consulting Division
Mr. Mark Huber is a Middle East Regional Program Lead (RPL) for the Advising and Consulting (A&C) Division at the Institute for Security Governance (ISG). In this role, Mr. Huber has spearheaded institutional capacity building (ICB) efforts with partners across the Arabian Peninsula and the Levant. His current ICB projects include supporting country teams and partners in Iraq, Jordan, and Qatar.
Mr. Huber previously served as the Middle East and Central Asia Program Manager for the Center for Civil-Military Relations (CCMR). In this capacity, he was responsible for programming CCMR support to US Department of Defense (DoD) stakeholders on matters related to civil-military relations and defense institution building throughout the US Central Command area of responsibility.
Prior to his service as a DoD civilian, Mr. Huber was a naval aviator in the US Navy, retiring as a Captain in 2011. In his final Navy assignment, he served for four years as Military Associate Dean for the School of International Graduate Studies at the US Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), where he supported Foreign Area Officer (FAO) education programs and various security cooperation activities.
Mr. Huber earned a BA in Government and International Relations from the University of Notre Dame in 1986. He graduated with distinction from NPS in 1992, earning an MA in National Security Affairs focused on Middle East studies. He also earned an MA in National Security and Strategic Studies from the US Naval War College in 2004.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
- Civil-Military Relations
- Democratic Control of the Armed Forces
- Partner PME Faculty & Curriculum Development
- Middle East