Michael David Miner has taught at Harvard University for over a decade including courses on intelligence, cyberspace, strategy, and international security. He is an Associate with the Intelligence Project in the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. He holds a particular interest in bureaucratic reform including the role of intelligence in policymaking. Michael earned his PhD at King's College London studying with the Official Historian of the British Joint Intelligence Committee. The Perennial Quest: Intelligence Integration from London to Washington 1936-2019 examines the historical evolution of national intelligence systems in the United Kingdom and the United States. Outside of teaching Michael speaks to various audiences and organizations on current affairs and advocates for matters of public interest. He also holds a term appointment on the Fulbright Specialist Roster supported by the U.S. Department of State and volunteers in the United States Marine Corps Cyber Auxiliary. Dr. Miner is the Secretary of the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts Fulbright Association, is an active member of the North American Society for Intelligence History, and is a graduate of Dartmouth College.