Timothy (Tim) Doorey - Institute for Security Governance
Faculty, Peace & Security Division
Captain Tim Doorey, USN (Retired) is the functional lead for the Institute for Security Governance's (ISG's) Maritime Security efforts. In this role, he develops, schedules, and delivers both resident and mobile executive education courses on various maritime threats, best practices from around the world to deal with those threats, and how to build maritime domain awareness (MDA) capabilities to detect and monitor threats in a nation's territorial seas and Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZ). These efforts address all elements of MDA to include ensuring proper resources and interagency cooperation.
Prior to assuming the responsibility for ISG's maritime security curriculum, Captain Doorey was an instructor for the Center for Civil-Military Relations (CCMR) Combating Terrorism program, working primarily in the INDOPACOM and AFRICOM Areas of Responsibility.
Captain Doorey served 28 years on active duty in Naval Intelligence. His last assignment before retirement in 2009 was as the US Naval Postgraduate School's Senior Intelligence Officer (SIO), where he developed and taught graduate-level courses in intelligence and mentored junior intelligence officers from all services and international partners. Prior to coming to Monterey in 2005, he served on the Pentagon's Joint Staff.
Captain Doorey was awarded MA degrees in International Studies and National Security Strategy from both the US Naval Postgraduate School and the US Naval War College. He was a Navy fellow at Harvard University's John M. Olin Institute for Strategic Studies. He is fluent in Spanish.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
- Maritime Security
- Interagency Coordination
- Transnational Threats
- Human Resource Management
- Partner PME Faculty & Curriculum Development