Andrea H. Cameron, Ed.D.

Cmdr., U.S. Navy

Military Professor National Security Affairs
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Cmdr. Andrea H. Cameron, U.S. Navy, is a permanent military professor teaching policy analysis in National Security Affairs Department and the founding director of the Climate and Human Security Studies Group. Her academic interests explore non-traditional and transnational security threats and their impact on U.S. strategic, national security and economic interests. In particular, she focuses on climate change and human security topics. Cameron is currently completing a Doctor of Philosophy in Security Studies from the Naval Postgraduate School with research in civil-military coordination during humanitarian assistance/disaster relief.

Areas of Expertise

  • Foreign Policy
  • HA/DR
  • Human Rights
  • Maritime Strategy
  • National Security
  • Security Cooperation
  • United Nations

Professional Highlights


Director, Climate and Human Security Studies Group


Permanent Military Professor, National Security Affairs Department


Ph.D. student, Naval Postgraduate School


Director of Academic Programs, Naval Postgraduate School


Ph.D. Student, Naval Postgraduate School, Security StudiesNaval Postgraduate School

Ed.D., Pepperdine University, Educational Technology

M.A., The George Washington University, Human Resource Development

M.S., Air Force Command and Staff College, Military Operational Art and Science

B.A., Marquette University, Political Science

Related Credentials

Senior Professional of Human Resources

External Memberships and Associations

United Nations System (ACUNS)
Academic Council

News, Media, & Events


Second Annual Future Warfighting Symposium

Aug. 14, 2018
News Publication

Civilian-Military Humanitarian Response Workshop: August 2018

Aug. 16, 2018
8:00 a.m.
Brown University, Providence, RI 02912

The Secret Sauce to Innovate in the Military: Make Doubt and Failure Fun

Jul. 25, 2018
The National Interest
Article Publication

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