Timothy (Tim) Doorey - Institute for Security Governance
Faculty, Peace & Security Division
Mr. Tim Doorey joined the Center for Civil-Military Relations (CCMR) in October 2009. When the Center became the Institute for Security Governance (ISG) in April 2019, he continued managing the Institute's Maritime Security Program and lecturing. Mr. Doorey works with partner nations on Institutional Capacity Building (ICB), specifically in their maritime sector, and supports Geographic Combatant Commands and their components worldwide with their efforts to professionalize and enhance partner maritime capabilities and capacity, with an emphasis on improving maritime domain awareness (MDA), and interagency and regional best practices. The ISG Maritime Security program also leverages USN, USCG, and other DOD and non-DOD governmental and non-governmental experts and programs.
Prior to joining ISG, Mr. Doorey served 28 years as a Navy intelligence officer, retiring at the rank of Captain. He held numerous leadership assignments at the tactical, operational, and strategic levels, and was involved in supporting combat operations. His last assignment on active duty was as the Naval Postgraduate School's Senior Intelligence Officer (SIO) where he taught graduate-level courses in intelligence and mentored many U.S. and international officers from all services.
In the aftermath of 9/11, Mr. Doorey served on the Joint Staff's Intelligence Directorate (J2) Crisis Management Division, preparing the Chairman's Daily Brief, supporting Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF), Operation Iraq Freedom (OIF), and numerous military and counter-terrorism contingency operations throughout the world. In addition to his operational assignments in the Navy, he served as Special Assistant for NATO's Supreme Allied Commander, Atlantic (SACLANT)/Commander, U.S. Atlantic Command (USACOM) in Norfolk, and worked on the Partnership for Peace (PFP) program. He also served on the US SOUTHERN Command's J2 Plans and Targeting Division. Since joining ISG, Mr. Doorey has taught dozens of counterterrorism and maritime security resident and mobile courses, concentrating his overseas courses primarily on countries in Southeast Asia and Africa.
Mr. Doorey holds Master’s degrees in Strategic Studies and National Security Affairs from the Naval War College and Naval Postgraduate School. He was also the U.S. Navy’s Federal Executive Fellow to Harvard University's John M. Olin Institute for Strategic Studies. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in political science from Temple University in Philadelphia, and studied in Madrid, Spain, on a Fulbright scholarship prior to joining the Navy. He lives in Monterey, California.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
- Maritime Security
- Interagency Coordination
- Transnational Threats
- Human Resource Management
- Partner PME Faculty & Curriculum Development