Colonel Caroline Woodbridge-Lewin MBE
Head of Information Warfare Group, UK Defence Academy, Joint Force Development
Colonel Caroline Woodbridge-Lewin was commissioned into the Royal Signals in 1995 and whilst serving has secured a Batchelors degree in Electronic Systems Engineering and a Masters in Information Management and Technology through Cranfield University and the Royal Military College of Science. She has held various Regimental appointments serving in the United Kingdom, USA, Cyprus, Germany, Bosnia and Iraq. She has attended the Joint Services Command and Staff College on the Intermediate, Advanced, and most recently Higher Command and Staff Courses and has served as a Directing Staff at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst and at the Defence Academy within the Intermediate Division. At staff, she has worked within the Special Forces Directorate as a Capability & Acquisition SO2, in Support Command delivering personnel, welfare and casualty services, within the Army Information Directorate as part of the A2020 review team, as Chief of Staff of the Defence Academy and in 2020 assumed the role of Head Information Warfare Group and Defence Cyber Academy. She commanded 2 Signal Regiment from 2016 to 2018, which included a deployment to Norway on Ex TRIDENT JUNCTURE in an experimentation role as a Brigade Information Manoeuvre Group Commander. She is a Governor of Welbeck College, has served as a co-Chair of the Army Servicewomen’s Network and is currently Chair of Hut Eighteen, a Defence led Information Warfare Network.