Donna A. Dulo is a senior mathematician and software engineer for the US Army and has been with the Department of Defense in civilian and military capacities for over 23 years. She has served in various positions in the DoD including a Middle Eastern national security analyst, Arabic linguist, computer scientist, mathematician and software engineer. Her areas of focus have included counter-cyberterrorism, national security computer security, and software safety and reliability.
Ms. Dulo is also an adjunct professor and area chair of computer and information security at the University of Phoenix. She teaches in the areas of computer science, business information systems, and computer and information security.
Ms. Dulo's graduate work includes an MS in Computer Science from the Naval Postgraduate School, an MS in Systems Engineering from Johns Hopkins University, an MAS in Aeronautics and Aviation Safety from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, an MA in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College, an MBA in Engineering Management from City University and an MS in Computer Information Systems from the University of Phoenix. She did her undergraduate work in economics at the US Coast Guard Academy. She is a graduate of both the US Navy College of Naval Command and Staff and the US Marine Corps Command and Staff College. She also is a graduate of the Defense Language Institute where she studied Modern Standard Arabic, Egyptian and Iraqi Arabic.
Ms. Dulo is currently working on her PhD in Software Engineering from the Naval Postgraduate School, which focuses on aerospace software safety and resilience engineering in conjunction with her law degree at the Monterey College of Law. She hopes to complete both doctorate programs in 2010. Upon graduation she plans on entering into software intellectual property, software products liability, and software safety law including aviation and medical software safety.