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Trump Taps Floridas Chief Resilience Officer as Homeland Security Adviser

President Donald Trump has hired Floridas Chief Resilience Officer Julia Nesheiwat as his new homeland security adviser, National Security Adviser Robert OBrien confirmed on Saturday.

“Pleased to welcome Dr. Julia Nesheiwat, who will serve as Deputy Assistant to the President working on Homeland Security and Resilience,” OBrien said in a statement. “She comes with extensive national security experience, which will be invaluable for this important role.”

“Pleased to welcome Dr. Julia Nesheiwat, who will serve as Deputy Assistant to the President working on Homeland Security and Resilience. She comes with extensive national security experience, which will be invaluable for this important role.” – NSA OBrien

— NSC (@WHNSC) February 22, 2020

Nesheiwats resume (pdf) shows she got her Ph.D. from Tokyo Institute of Technology in 2014. The title of her dissertation was “Post-Disaster Reconstruction in Energy Technology & Resiliency.”

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