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Donnie Hasseltine is a Veteran Fellow at the Hoover Institution.

George “Donnie” Hasseltine is a cybersecurity professional and Marine Corps combat veteran who currently serves as the chief security officer for Xenon Partners, a tech private equity firm that focuses on B2B SaaS (business to business software as a service) companies. He is a retired Marine Corps officer who completed combat deployments to Kosovo, Iraq, and Afghanistan. His Marine Corps assignments included infantry, recruiting, and staff positions, including command of the First Reconnaissance Battalion. Hasseltine currently serves as the information technology sector chief for the Bay Area chapter of Infragard, a public-private partnership with the FBI to protect critical infrastructure. He is a board member of the Marine Reconnaissance Foundation, which works to support reconnaissance Marines and their families, and an adviser to the Athena Leadership Project, which explores how gender-diverse teams shape national security. He holds a BA in history from the Virginia Military Institute, a diploma in strategic intelligence from the Joint Military Intelligence Training Center, an MA in national security and strategic studies from the Naval War College, and an executive master’s degree in cybersecurity from Brown University.

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