Tim Doorey - Institute for Security Governance
Captain Timothy (Tim) Doorey, USN (Ret.) is a lecturer for CCMR. In that capacity he travels extensively around the world providing executive education programs to allies and partners on counter-terrorism, anti-piracy, maritime security, cyber threats and interagency efforts against organized crime. Prior to joining CCMR, he served for 28 years in naval intelligence in various tactical, operational and national-level assignments. His last assignment on active duty was as the Naval Postgraduate School’s Senior Intelligence Officer, where he developed and taught graduate-level intelligence courses and mentored mid-career U.S. and allied officers from all services. Prior to coming to NPS, he was assigned to the Pentagon’s Joint Staff Intelligence Directorate.
During his Navy career, Captain Doorey provided intelligence support for U.S. and coalition military operations in Beirut, Lebanon (1982-1984), Grenada (1983), El Salvador and Panama (1987-1989) and Iraq and Afghanistan during the first Gulf War and following 9/11. From 1995 to 1998, he was Special Assistant to NATO's Supreme Allied Commander Atlantic and Commander-in-Chief, U.S. Atlantic Command. His sea duty assignments included, Senior Intelligence Officer on the aircraft carrier USS CARL VINSON (CVN-70); Senior Air Wing Intelligence Officer for Carrier Air Wing Seven (CVW-7) onboard the aircraft carrier USS GEORGE WASHINGTON (CVN-73) during its maiden deployment and in support of the United Nation’s peacekeepers in Bosnia (UNPROFOR) and OPERATION SOUTHERN WATCH over Iraq; and as the Squadron Intelligence Officer with Attack Squadron 176 onboard the USS Independence (CV-62).
CAPT Doorey was awarded Masters’ degrees in National Security Affairs and Strategic Studies from the Naval Postgraduate School (1986) and the Naval War College (2002). He was also the Navy’s Federal Executive Fellow to Harvard University's John M. Olin Institute for Strategic Studies in 1998-1999.