Katherine Hutton is a 2023-2024 Veterans Advanced Energy fellow at the Atlantic Council and a product manager for operational technology cybersecurity with Fluence Energy, an energy-storage-integrator technology company that provides products, services, and digital applications for renewables and storage. Its products include batteries that store and increase the efficient use of electricity. She owned Fluence’s cybersecurity product multigenerational product plan and roadmap and was responsible for communicating the strategy, roadmap, and value propositions to external and internal stakeholders.  

Previously, Hutton worked in the office of the director at the Secret Service. She has also worked as a research scientist with the Army Cyber Institute, conducting research with a senior military officer to develop an innovation framework for guiding cyber defense solutions.  

Hutton is married to a US Army officer. She holds a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree from Duke University and a second master’s degree from George Washington University.