Jordan Beauregard has in-depth experience in the U.S. national security community specializing in climate and environmental security. Jordan is an Intelligence Officer at the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), to which he was recruited right out of high school. At DIA, Jordan serves as an analyst specializing in understanding the physical and cultural aspects of operating environments, which includes the intersecting security impacts of food, water, and human insecurity. As a DIA analyst, he is a leading member of the IC Environmental Security Working Group, through which he was invited to guest lecture at the Foreign Service Institute on the impacts of environmental insecurity in Africa for incoming diplomats and IC personnel. Jordan graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Global Affairs and a minor in Russian language and culture from George Mason University and received his Master of Science in Strategic Intelligence from the National Intelligence University. There, he completed a graduate thesis on how biases related to climate change affect intelligence activities, parts of which he has been invited to present at the National Council for Science and the Environment in Washington, DC. Jordan is also a graduate student at the U.S. Naval War College, where he studies Strategy, Operations, and Military History.