Dr. Portia Crowe serves as the Chief of Cyber Engineering for the U.S. Army Program Executive Office Command, Control and Communications-Tactical (PEO C3T). She is responsible for providing a full-spectrum, systems-of-systems approach to securing, advancing and synchronizing cyber defense activities, cyber security, and information management. She works closely with industry partners and academia to ensure freedom from danger in cyberspace dealing with communication networks, crypto devices, tactical radios and mission command assets. Dr. Crowe maintains an advanced understanding of the cybersecurity industry using her technology, engineering and cyber expertise.

Dr. Crowe engages in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math activities and advises K-College curriculums in system engineering and cybersecurity. She is also a member of various esteemed science and technology advisory councils.

Dr. Crowe holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Rutgers University, a Master of Science in Engineering Management from New Jersey Institute of Technology, a PhD in Systems Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology, a Cybersecurity Graduate Degree from UMUC and Seton Hall Law training in Cyber Law, Policy and Data Privacy. She has over 10 publications to include IEEE and INCOSE, various journals and the Army's AL&T publications.