Strategic Security &
Dr. Beth Eisenfeld is an experienced senior manager, researcher, and analyst, having worked for global consulting companies where she lead research, conducted 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. Ms. Eisenfeld teaches or has taught the Master’s Thesis Research and Writing for Publication Capstone classes, Open Source Research, Advanced Open Source Intelligence, Propaganda and Disinformation, Foundations, Functions, and Future of Strategic Security, Offensive and Defensive Security and Intelligence, Conflict Resolution, Origins/Evolutions and Concepts of Terrorism, and Communication Theory.
As an academic Peer Mentor and Program Advisor to undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students in HP-SSS programs, Ms. Eisenfeld is committed to ensuring student success. In addition, she assisted Academic Affairs to develop the initial Applied Capstone Master’s courses. Ms. Eisenfeld also serves on the NAU Faculty Committee, the Faculty Innovation Team, and is the copyeditor for the Journal of Strategic Security.
Ms. 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. Ms. Eisenfeld was an IT industry analyst where she authored or co-authored hundreds of analytical reports on various aspects of IT and delivered 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.