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Lt Col Kate "Claire" Stowe, USAFR

Defense Engagement Team Cyber Lead
Defense Innovation Unit


Kate is a full time Reservist serving as the Cyber Defense Engagement Lead responsible for helping the DoD find ways to rapidly procure non-traditional commercial technology and build partnerships for transition. Located in the Boston DIU office she supports the growing Defense Innovation Ecosystem in the New England area.

Additionally, Kate serves as an Individual Mobilization Augmentee (IMA) within the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Science, Technology and Engineering, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition and Logistics, Washington D.C.

Lt Col Kate Stowe is an ROTC graduate from the University of Minnesota with a degree in Business Management. She is a senior acquisition officer with experience in rapid integration and test, system development, and capability fielding. During her first four years in the Air Force Lt Col Stowe served as an F-16 Maintenance Officer at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona and deployed to Balad, Iraq to lead the 332nd Aircraft Maintenance Unit in support of Operation Iraq Freedom. From there she served in multiple Acquisition and Program Manager positions serving the Joint STARS, Global ASNT, CSEL, and Joint STAR Recapitalization Program Offices. Lt Col Stowe joined the Air Force Reserve in 2010. From 2017 through 2021 she, again, served on Active Duty supporting the Kill Chain Integration Branch, Special Programs Division, Hanscom AFB.


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