Loren Voss graduated with Honors from the University of Pennsylvania with a B.A. in international relations and psychology. During this time she interned at the State Department and at the non-profit Presidential Classroom. In addition to a M.A. in Global Affairs at the Jackson Institute, she is also pursuing a J.D. from Harvard Law School. She spent the last five years as an Intelligence Officer for the United States Air Force. As the Chief of Intelligence for a F-15C fighter squadron, she participated in Baltic Air Policing and aided in the redesign of Baltic threat warning and reporting. She also trained with European and Middle Eastern air forces, focusing on increasing interoperability between countries. In the spin-up to the Libya conflict, she took over the intelligence directorates of three fighter squadrons, leading to the first U.S. fighter strikes in the country. She spent the last year and a half at the Air Forces Central Command leading an 18-member team that serves as the Air Force’s expert on Middle Eastern air forces and tactics. In this role, she organized and chaired two conferences that created the Air Force’s reference document for understanding and training to threat air forces.