Ms. Allison Kline joined DARPA’s Information Innovation Office (I2O) as a program manager in July 2020. Her research interests include cybersecurity, program analysis, emulation, cyberspace operations, and automation.
Prior to her position at DARPA, Kline spent more than a decade in the private sector supporting government customers, including DARPA and the Department of Defense. She most recently served as a technical advisor, providing inputs and guidance for government R&D programs and facilitating interagency relationships and technology transitions. Kline held a variety of senior technical positions during her tenure in the private sector, and served as a subject matter expert for a number of vulnerability research and software development projects. Kline also previously co-founded and served as director of research and development for a small business, where she led development of a hybrid cloud orchestration framework.
Kline holds an associate’s degree from Hillsborough Community College, and also attended the University of South Florida and the University of Florida.
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