USIP Military Fellowship Program
Each year the Civilian-Military Relations Program welcomes officers from both the Army and Marines serving in a Senior Service College Fellowship capacity. Officers selected as fellows at USIP have extensive military experience and are able to bring their functional and geographic expertise to USIP’s programs. This fellowship provides an opportunity for mutual learning between fellows and USIP experts. Learn more about the work of former Military Fellows (PDF).
Current Military Fellows
Erica L. Cameron — Colonel, United States Army
Colonel Erica Cameron is an Army Strategist and a United States Army War College Fellow at USIP. Prior to joining the Institute, COL Cameron served at operational and strategic levels advising both military and civilians on a wide array of policy, strategy, planning, and budget issues. Her assignments include deployments to multinational headquarters in Iraq and Afghanistan, and positions at the highest echelons of the U.S. Army, Department of Defense, and interagency.
Colonel Cameron holds a B.A. in International Relations from Pennsylvania State University, a Masters in Military Arts and Science in Theater Operations from the U.S. Army School of Advanced Military Studies, and an MPA from Harvard Kennedy School.