Rebekah KofflerRebekah Koffler is a Russian-born, English-Russian bilingual U.S. intelligence expert on Russian doctrine and strategy, including cyber tradecraft. She served as a senior intelligence officer in the Defense Intelligence Agency from 2008 to late 2016. Born and raised in the former Soviet Union and educated both in Russia and the United States, Rebekah has a deep understanding of Russians’ mindset and behavior. As a recognized intelligence community expert on Russia, Ms. Koffler has delivered classified briefings to top U.S. military commanders, NATO ministers, the directors of the CIA and DIA, the White House National Security Council, and senior congressional staff.
Ms. Koffler holds an M.A. in International Transactions from George Mason University in Virginia, a B.A./M.A. in Foreign Languages from Moscow State Pedagogical University, and a Graduate Certificate in Intelligence from the Institute of World Politics in Washington, D.C.
In her post-public service career, Rebekah is a writer, commentator, and national security consultant. She is currently editor of the website White House Dossier and writes the newsletter Cut to the News.