Eileen Decker

Vice President, The Board of Police Commissioners; Lecturer, USC Gould School of Law; Former U.S. Attorney

Ms. Decker currently serves as Vice President of the Los Angeles Police Commission having recently completed her two-year term as President; a Fulbright Specialist in Cybersecurity; an Adjunct Professor in Cybersecurity, Privacy, and National Security Law at USC Gould School of Law and UCLA Law School; and a Subject Matter Expert for the Naval Postgraduate School’s Center for Homeland Defense and Security. Until 2017, Ms. Decker served as the U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California under President Obama. Prior to becoming U.S. Attorney, Ms. Decker was the Los Angeles Deputy Mayor for Homeland Security and Public Safety for nearly six years. Previously she was an Assistant United States Attorney for almost 15 years, becoming its Chief of the National Security Section. Ms. Decker received her undergraduate and law degrees from New York University, a Master’s Degree in Homeland Security Studies from the Naval Postgraduate School, and was a Wasserstein Fellow at Harvard Law School.