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INSA Names the New Members of the 2012 Executive Committee
Seven leaders in the intelligence and national security community join INSA’s Executive Committee
Arlington, VA, May 17, 2012—The Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA) is pleased to announce the new members of its 2012 Executive Committee. The committee develops INSA’s overarching goals and serves as the major programming and planning arm of the organization. The Executive Committee is composed of select individuals representing the private sector and academia, and includes many who have served at senior levels inside and outside the government. The seven new members – all leaders in the intelligence and national security community – each bring outstanding industry experience and expertise to the Committee.
“We are honored to have this select group of leaders from the Intelligence Community serve in their personal capacity on the INSA Executive Committee. These appointments reflect the strength of our membership and their desire to have more representation and involvement in the public policy development and thought leadership of INSA. I look forward to working with each new member of the Executive Committee to continue to provide the IC with an unparalleled venue for collaboration”, said Ellen E. McCarthy, President of INSA.
The new members on the 2012 Executive Committee are:
- Rahul Gupta, Principal, Price Waterhouse Cooper, PRTM Management Consulting
- Jeff Handy, President, Fulcrum IT
- John Maguire, Director, KeyW Corporation
- Linda Millis, Director, Private Sector Partnerships, ODNI
- Jonathan Moneymaker, Director, Boeing Intelligence Systems Group
- Lewis Shepherd, General Manager and Director, Microsoft Institute for Advanced Technology in Governments, Microsoft
- Kathy Warden, Vice President and General Manager, Cyber Intelligence Division, Northrop Grumman Information Systems
“INSA is well-‐known in the intelligence and national security community as a respected and reliable industry resource. This is a result of the invaluable leadership, planning and programming carried out by the INSA Executive Committee,” said Fran Townsend, INSA’s Chairwoman of the Board. “I look forward to working with the new Executive Committee members to develop the year’s substantive programming and events to best serve the intelligence and national security community.”
INSA President Ellen McCarthy appoints the Executive Committee members. The newly appointed individuals join the 20 current Committee members.
For more information on INSA leadership, INSA Councils and Task Forces and events, please visit www.insaonline.org.
About Fulcrum IT
Fulcrum IT Services, LLC, is an information technology (IT) company based in Centreville, Virginia, that provides IT solutions and services for federal, state, local, and commercial customers. Fulcrum IT specializes in the areas of Enterprise Services, Applications Development, Data Management, Cyber Security, Network and Communications Engineering, and Intelligence Analysis.
For more information about Fulcrum IT, visit our website at www.FulcrumIT.com, e-mail us at info@FulcrumIT.com, or call us at 703-543-2900.
The Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA) is the premier intelligence and national security organization that brings together the public, private and academic sectors to collaborate on the most challenging policy issues and solutions. As a non-‐profit, non-‐partisan, public-‐private organization, INSA’s ultimate goal is to promote and recognize the highest standards within the national security and intelligence communities. INSA has over 150 corporate members and several hundred individual members who are leaders and senior executives throughout government, the private sector and academia. To learn more about INSA, visit www.insaonline.org.