Angela Stubblefield is the Deputy Associate Administrator for the FAA’s Security and Hazardous Materials Safety office. Ms. Stubblefield has 25 years expertise in threat analysis, emergency operations planning, hazardous materials safety, national security policy, and investigations oversight.
Since 2001, Ms. Stubblefield has held positions in FAA, TSA, and the Office of the Secretary of Transportation. In addition to working across Lines of Business in FAA, she routinely collaborates with the National Security Council and Executive Departments and Agencies to resolve complex national security, safety, and crisis-response challenges.
Ms. Stubblefield has a Bachelor of Arts in Government and Philosophy from the University of Virginia. After graduating, she became an active duty United States Marine and worked for the U.S. Marine Corps as a civilian intelligence analyst before joining the FAA. She also earned a Master of Arts in Transportation Policy, Operations, and Logistics from George Mason University School of Public Policy.