Ms. Moore was previously Chief Strategy Officer for Task Force 59, integrating unmanned systems and AI into fleet operations for NAVCENT. In her role, she identified and secured $20M+ in funding for the Task Force and developed the 59 model for rapid identification, testing, and deployment of robotics and A.I. tools. Schuyler was previously Senior Defense & Foreign Policy Advisor at the U.S. House of Representatives for the Armed Services Committee, where she wrote tech legislation enabling A.I. adoption and capability-driven funding. She also served as Director of Science & Technology (S&T) on the staff of the Defense Innovation Board (DIB) in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research & Engineering, leading projects related to 5G, network architecture, cybersecurity, A.I., and biotechnology. Schuyler was also a Senior Analyst at an aerospace & consulting firm, with a special focus on defense budget forecasting and emerging technologies. She taught at a women’s boarding school in Kabul, Afghanistan in 2013 and continued to remotely tutor and mentor her students until 2018. Schuyler was named Forbes 30 Under 30 in 2021 and holds a Master of Arts degree in Technology & Security from Georgetown University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government from Harvard University.