Carey Burke has 17 years of experience in strategic studies, defense policy analysis, concept development, experimentation, and program management. She oversees ICF’s defense energy and environment initiatives, which leverage ICF’s technical and subject matter expertise in energy, environment, and climate to enhance national security. Ms. Burke is skilled at applying critical thinking and innovative research and analysis to address complex, multidimensional strategic and defense issues—including interagency and whole-of-government approaches, capabilities development and risk assessment, force transformation, and energy.
Ms. Burke has successfully executed strategy and policy analysis projects at the highest levels of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), from individual and small-team research efforts to full-scale implementation programs involving large, interdisciplinary teams. She has directly supported organizations within the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS), military departments, and Unified Combatant Commands (COCOM).
Ms. Burke has a bachelor’s degree in International Affairs from Mary Washington College and a master’s degree in Public Policy from Georgetown University.