INSA Welcomes Six Newly Elected Board Directors

INSA Welcomes Six Newly Elected Board Directors

INSA Welcomes Six Newly Elected Board Directors

ARLINGTON, VA (January 21, 2021) – The Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA) welcomes six newly elected members to its 2021 Board of Directors. Led by Chairman Letitia Long, the 18-member board provides INSA with strategic guidance, direction and business oversight. INSA is the leading nonpartisan forum for driving public-private partnerships to advance intelligence and national security priorities.

The new elected directors are:

  • Damian DiPippa, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Intelligence Group, Perspecta
  • Vimesh Patel, Chief Technology Advisor, World Wide Technology
  • Adam Rudo, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Intelligence Sector, ManTech.
  • Vicki Schmanske, President, Intelligence Group, Leidos
  • John Serafini, Chief Executive Officer, HawkEye 360
  • Carey Smith, President and Chief Operating Officer, Parsons

In addition, John Martinez, Vice President and General Counsel, Raytheon Intelligence and Space, a business of Raytheon Technologies, will serve a one year term.

“We are fortunate to have such strong, strategic leaders serving on our board,” said INSA Chairman Tish Long. “Diversity of skills, backgrounds and experiences are essential components of all high-performing teams. The addition of these leaders will broaden our collective experiences and position the organization for even greater success."

INSA extends its heartfelt appreciation for the many contributions of outgoing Board members Jerry Briggs, CACI; Ron Burgess, Auburn University; Lynn Dugle; Tim Reardon, Constellis; Jill Singer, AT&T Public Sector; Stu Voboril, Boeing; and Dave Wajsgras.

The newly elected directors will serve three-year terms, effective Jan 1, 2021.

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About INSA
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.

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