Strategic Security &
Beth Eisenfeld is a senior manager, researcher, and analyst for a global consulting company where she leads research for her group, conducts competitive and market intelligence research, analysis, and after-action reports for company leaders using multi-source data collection techniques, and quantitative and qualitative research methods to develop intelligence products, and reports. In addition to teaching Propaganda and Disinformation, Eisenfeld teaches the Master’s Thesis Research and Writing for Publication classes, the Master’s ePortfolio classes, and moderates the Master’s Seminar for Success. She previously taught Foundations, Functions, and Future of Strategic Security, Offensive and Defensive Security and Intelligence, and Conflict Resolution.
As an academic peer mentor and Program Advisor to Henley-Putnam students in the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs, Eisenfeld is committed to ensuring student success. She developed Henley-Putnam School of Strategic Security’s guidelines for Academic Papers, the corresponding templates for course papers, and presents webinars on APA and using MS Word. In addition, she assisted Academic Affairs to develop the Applied Capstone Master’s option and corresponding course materials. Ms. Eisenfeld also serves on the Doctorate of Strategic Security Program Advisory Board.
Eisenfeld earned her Doctorate in Strategic Security from Henley-Putnam University (now Henley-Putnam School of Strategic Security), a Master’s degree from the University of Michigan, and a Bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University. She holds a Certificate in Computer Science from DePaul University and a Graduate Certificate in Intelligence Analysis from American Military University.
She is also a subject matter expert in Customer Relationship Management software and Information Technology (IT) consulting services. In a prior position, Eisenfeld was an IT industry analyst where she authored or co-authored over 145 analytical reports on various aspects of IT and delivered over 50 conference presentations globally. Her academic and business awards include recognition for research and analytical skills, insights and thought leadership contributions, appreciation for her research timeliness, and excellence in peer review.