Dr. Dale Mayerrose
Dr. Dale Meyerrose
Major General (Ret. Air Force)
r. Dale W. Meyerrose, Major General (Retired) was the first President-appointed, Senate-confirmed Associate Director of National Intelligence/Intelligence Community Chief Information Officer (CIO) and Information Sharing Executive for the Director of National Intelligence (DNI).
Dr. Meyerrose is an internationally respected subject matter expert on leadership, strategic planning, cybersecurity, telemedicine technology, intelligence, and military matters. He has more than three and a half decades of business, military, U.S. government, and academic experience. He has been frequently quoted in national, international, and news and trade publications and routinely appeared on nationally and internationally aired programs, including Fox News, CNN, Bloomberg International, MSNBC, and WTOP Federal News Radio. He has been a frequent speaker and panelist at international and national policy and technical conferences and advisor to leading university presidents and deans.
Dr. Meyerrose is president of the MeyerRose Group, LLC, a company that consults with a wide range of business, government, and academic organizations on strategy, business planning, technology, education, and executive development issues. He is a visiting associate professor at the School of Information Studies, Syracuse University. He is an adjunct professor at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Computer of Science with the Institute for Software Research and director for the Cybersecurity Leadership (CSL) certificate program. Additionally, Dr. Meyerrose is the President and Chairman of the Board for the Air Force Historical Foundation, Trustee for the U.S. Air Force Academy Falcon Foundation and advisor to the U.S. Air Force Heritage Program.
Dr. Meyerrose was recently a vice president and general manager for Harris Corporation, a Global Fortune 500 company. He was responsible for leading all aspects of strategy, business development and program execution for cyber growth initiatives across the corporation—and participated in multiple merger and acquisition activities.