ARLINGTON, VA (February 6, 2018) – The Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA) today announced six appointments to its Board of Directors, which is responsible for the organization’s long-term strategic planning and business oversight. The board now stands at 18 members, an increase of three seats to reflect INSA’s growing and increasingly diverse membership. The new directors are:
- Lynn Dugle, Chief Executive Officer, Engility
- Ellen McCarthy, President, Noblis NSP
- Tim Reardon, President, Defense & Intelligence, Leidos
- Jill Singer, Vice President-National Security, AT&T Public Sector
- Stuart Voboril, Vice President, Global Sales & Marketing, Space and Missile Systems, The Boeing Company
- Rick Wagner, President, Mission, Cyber & Intelligence Solutions Group, ManTech
The appointments represent a mix of familiar and fresh faces for INSA, with four previously holding a position in leadership or governance. McCarthy served as president of INSA from 2009-2012. Singer recently completed a two-year term on INSA’s Board of Advisors, now part of the newly formed INSA Advisory Committee, while Dugle and Reardon return for their second stints as directors. This will be Voboril and Wagner’s first formal role with the organization.
INSA Chairman Letitia Long said, “I am pleased to welcome our new directors, whose wealth of experience and expertise will help position INSA for further growth and success. This combination of voices and perspectives will ensure INSA remains a dynamic organization, responsive to industry and generating innovative solutions to national security challenges. I thank all of the appointees for their service to INSA and their commitment to public-private partnerships that strengthen U.S. intelligence and national security.”
View the full Board of Directors here.
The Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA) is the leading nonpartisan, nonprofit forum for driving public-private partnerships to advance intelligence and national security priorities. A 501(c)(6) membership organization, INSA strives to identify, develop, and promote collaborative approaches to national security challenges. INSA has more than 160 organizations in its membership and enjoys extensive participation from leaders and senior executives in the public, private, and academic sectors. Learn more at www.INSAonline.org.