Amie Diane Bowman

Amie Diane Bowman

Amie Diane Bowman

Adjunct Faculty

Law enforcement leadership, leadership of diverse populations, analytic methods

Ms. Bowman’s academic and professional focus is on the intersection of leadership, organization, and change. She is pursuing a Ph.D in Organizational Leadership at Indiana Wesleyan University and has more than 22 years of experience working with US Government agencies. Ms. Bowman is a US Government-recognized expert in leadership and analysis. She earned a certificate in Strategic Futures from the University of Houston and graduated from the CIA’s Career Analyst and Advanced Analyst Programs and the National Counterterrorism Center’s (NCTC) Leadership Development Program. Ms. Bowman is a certified intelligence analysis tradecraft specialist and facilitator and has served as a guest professor for several Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and USIC training courses. Ms. Bowman has written assessments for a wide variety of customers from the President of the United States to operational-level civilian, military, and international audiences. In 2015, Ms. Bowman deployed to East Africa where she met with and regularly briefed general officers, US political officials, and foreign partners. Ms. Bowman is an expert in Middle Eastern and African counterterrorism issues and African militaries, a highly commended writer, briefer, and leader, and an active community builder and mentor. Since leaving government service in 2019, Ms. Bowman has taught multiple undergraduate and masters level courses in intelligence topics including counterintelligence, advanced analytic techniques, and leadership analysis. 

Current Research

Ms. Bowman is currently researching the relationship between supervisors' servant leadership behaviors and officer resilience among law enforcement professionals. 

Selected Publications

 

 

 

Expanded Publication List

2nd Annual European Congress Conference on Autism (2020, February), Budapest, Hungary

  • Presentation title: A time for extraordinary leadership: Successfully integrating adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders in the workplace.

Bowman, A. (2020). What we know about employers’ perspectives on successfully integrating adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders in the workplace. International Journal of Psychiatry Research, 3(1), 1–4. 

Courses Taught

CRIM350: Counterintelligence

Education

Ph.D, Organizational Leadership, Indiana Wesleyan University, in progress

Graduate Certificate in Strategic Foresight, University of Houston, 2016

M.S., Information Systems (Security Emphasis), Johns Hopkins University, 2002

B.A., Contemporary European Studies, University of South Carolina Honors College, 1998

Advanced Analyst Program Certification (Oct 2018)

Emerging Leaders Program (Oct 2018)

NCTC Leadership Development Program (October 2014)

Career Analyst Program (Feb 2013)