Captain Joyce M. Dietrich-Holm
Intelligence Coordination Center, U.S. Coast Guard
CAPT, Commanding Officer
Captain Dietrich-Holm’s most recent assignment was as the Coast Guard Fellow to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. Prior to her fellowship she served as the Coast Guard’s Deputy Chief for the Office of Intelligence Plans and Policy, where she oversaw Coast Guard Technical and Human Intelligence Programs, including Signals Intelligence, Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance, Cyber Intelligence and Analysis and Production. Prior to her program and acquisition position, she was the Executive Officer of the Coast Guard Maritime Intelligence Fusion Center, Pacific Area (MIFC PAC).
Captain Dietrich-Holm also served as the Intelligence Coordination Center’s Targeting Division Chief, the US Southern Command’s (SOUTHCOM) Coast Guard Reserve Intelligence Department Head, and the Operations Officer for the Maritime Force Protection Unit (MFPU) in King’s Bay.
Specializing in Maritime Law Enforcement and Intelligence, Captain Dietrich-Holm also served as the Coast Guard Liaison to the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), the Chief of Port Security at Coast Guard Sector New Orleans, and wrote her thesis on intelligence support during Hurricane Katrina, which has been cited in multiple works on US intelligence support to natural disasters.