Maureen Hartney is a master’s student in the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University. After earning dual bachelor’s degrees from the University of Florida in political science and history, she was commissioned through the Reserve Offcer Training Corps into the Air Force as an Intelligence Offcer. She served on active duty for six years and was stationed in Germany as well as northern Virginia. While in Germany, Hartney deployed to Afghanistan within A-10C squadron and also supported NATO forces during the 2011 Libya conflict.
Hartney was most recently a Rosenthal and Carlucci Congressional Fellow serving in the office of Rep. John Conyers, Jr. She holds a master’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies and International Relations from the University of Oklahoma, and a graduate certificate in China: Intelligence Concerns from the National Intelligence University. Her current graduate study at Duke focuses on national security, defense and acquisition issues, economics and effective public management.