Schuyler Moore

Schuyler Moore

U.S. Central Command
Chief Technology Officer
34th Annual NDIA SO/LIC Symposium


U. S. Central Command (USCENTCOM)

Chief Technology Officer

October 2022 - Present (1 year)


U.S. Navy Reserve

Intelligence Officer

February 2021 - Present (2 years 8 months)

Washington, District of Columbia, United States


Task Force 59 - Unmanned and AI Integration, U.S. Navy

Chief Strategy Officer (N00Z)

March 2022 - October 2022 (8 months)



U.S. House of Representatives

Senior Defense & Foreign Policy Advisor

January 2021 - March 2022 (1 year 3 months)

Washington, District of Columbia, United States


YPFP (Young Professionals in Foreign Policy)

Board Member

June 2020 - March 2022 (1 year 10 months)

United States Department of Defense

2 years


Director of Science & Technology, Defense Innovation Board

April 2020 - January 2021 (10 months)

Washington, District of Columbia, United States


Project Lead, Defense Innovation Board

February 2019 - April 2020 (1 year 3 months)

Washington D.C. Metro Area


Project lead for the DIB's 5G report ("The 5G Ecosystem: Risks & Opportunities for DoD")

Project lead for the DIB's Zero Trust report ("The Road to Zero Trust (Security)")

Project lead for the DIB's Fully Networked C3 recommendations ("FNC3 Recommendations")

Project lead for the DIB's Zero Trust recommendations ("ZTA Recommendations")

Project lead for the DIB's Joint Pathology Center recommendations ("JPC Recommendations")


Renaissance Strategic Advisors

Senior Analyst

July 2015 - June 2018 (3 years)

Washington D.C. Metro Area

Experience on a variety of projects including strategy, diligence, market analysis, technology evaluation, acquisition targeting, and US Government budget analysis


Responsible for creating financial and market models, providing quantitative and qualitative analysis, creating outputs to be delivered for client meetings, and managing available resource


Manages the Department of Defense Budget Model, which tracks and forecasts >2,000 individual procurement and R&D programs to form the defense budget topline


Collaborates routinely with a diverse set of Subject Matter Experts and national security thought leaders including former OSD Undersecretaries of AT&L and the former Director of NGA


Focus on technical projects with past experience including undersea warfare,

directed energy weapons and defense service requirements

School of Leadership - Afghanistan (SOLA)

5 years

Student Mentor/English Tutor

July 2013 - June 2018 (5 years)

Cambridge, Massachusetts


Taught reading and writing lessons to an Afghan student once a week via



Assistant to Director of Student Life

July 2013 - August 2013 (2 months)

Kabul, Afghanistan


Created profiles/college resumes for the older students, taught self-defense

classes and exercise classes to the female students, wrote daily analysis and

description of life at SOLA and life in Afghanistan


Harvard Kennedy School

Teaching Fellow

January 2015 - May 2015 (5 months)

TF for HarvardX 211: Central Challenges of American National Security (taught by Graham Allison)

Ran online modules

Graded student assignments and assisted in course organization


National Defense University

Academic Intern

June 2014 - August 2014 (3 months)

Published three articles on the Middle East and Central/South Asia, wrote

press statements for Iraqi General Najim Jabouri, performed analysis and

comparison of Soviet and US withdrawals from Afghanistan (paper to be

published with credit), organized and took part in Indian Ocean Region Round

Table and China-US Round Table



Harvard University

Bachelor's degree, Political Science and Government · (2010 - 2015)


Georgetown University

Master's degree, Security Studies - Technology & Security · (2018 - 2020)



Certification, CBRN Defense Orientation Course, International Law of Cyber

Operations Seminar · (2013 - 2013)