Dr. Becs Rogers serves as a Counterterrorism Fellow at Stanford University’s US-Russia Forum. She earned a Ph.D. in Public Policy from the Askew School at Florida State University as well as Graduate Certificates in U.S. Intelligence Studies and Emergency Management & Homeland Security. Her work has been published in the Wessex Journal on Disaster Management, the Social Science ETD Administrator, and the 2019 Dakam Report on Terrorism Studies and Political Violence. She has presented research to the U.S. Department of Defense, the Florida-Dominican Republic Higher Education Summit facilitated by the U.S. Embassy, and numerous Security Cooperation Working Groups at home and abroad. Her areas of specialization include: U.S. foreign policy, bilateral and multilateral intelligence sharing, perceptions of 9/11 among special interest groups, and radicalization in foreign and domestic terror organizations.
Professionally, Becs is employed by Hagerty Consulting as an Active Threat and Disaster Recovery Specialist. She also contributes as an Open-Source Analyst and Consultant in the Intelligence and Operations Division at Global Rescue. Previously, she worked for the U.S. Department of Defense in the Strategy and Policy Directorate at U.S. Southern Command. While there, she facilitated projects in the Security Cooperation and Political-Military Affairs Divisions. As both an instructor and researcher, Becs has prioritized the success of student veterans through academic and professional mentorship.