Olivia Troye Joins The National Insurance Crime Bureau As Vice President Of Strategy, Policy, & Plans
Olivia Troye joins the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) as the association’s new Vice President of Strategy, Policy, & Plans.
Most recently, Troye served in the Office of the Vice President of the United States as the Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Advisor to Vice President Pence. In this role, she focused on tracking imminent and evolving domestic and international security threats, natural disaster events, and managing complex policy decisions and responses to large scale crisis events facing the American people. Prior to this, she served in the Office of Intelligence & Analysis at the Department of Homeland Security as Chief of Strategy, Policy, & Plans.
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“Olivia is a risk management and national security executive and lawyer with a combined 20 years of government service and private sector experience, holding leadership roles throughout the Intelligence community and national security sectors. Her experience and leadership skills will be an asset to NICB and our membership,” said NICB President & CEO David Glawe.
Troye has extensive experience serving on the leadership staffs of the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Defense, the National Counterterrorism Center, the Department of Energy, as well as in the private sector for organizations such as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and General Dynamics Information Technology.
“She has authored and developed numerous strategic, policy, and operational initiatives in the national security arena focused on homeland security and countering transnational and counterterrorism threats,” said Glawe. “I’m confident this skillset will translate into the insurance industry and help us identify and combat threats insurance companies and policyholders are facing.”
Olivia is fluent in Spanish and is originally from El Paso, Texas. She is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, the National Defense University’s School of International Affairs, and the Naval Postgraduate School.
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