ARLINGTON, VA (April 25, 2022) – The Intelligence and National Security Foundation (INSF) today announced its newly elected 2022 Board of Trustees. Led by Chair Letitia A. Long, the board will oversee the foundation’s work to strengthen the national security workforce. INSF is the charitable arm of the Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA), the leading nonpartisan organization dedicated to advancing intelligence and national security priorities through public-private partnerships.
New INSF Board of Trustees:
- The Honorable James Clapper
- Debra Del Vecchio, Director, Innovation Solutions, Applied Research Lab, Penn State
- Major General Barbara Fast, USA (Ret.)
- Adam Lurie, Chief Strategy Officer, Torch.AI
Reelected to a second term:
- Matt Scott, SVP & Mission Technology Strategist, Avantus Federal (Treasurer, Board of Trustees).
“We are thrilled to have these leaders on our Board,” said INSA Chair Letitia A. Long. “They bring a wealth of knowledge and experience, which will be invaluable as the Foundation deepens its efforts to build, support and advance a diverse, talented mission-driven intelligence and national security workforce.”
INSF extends its heartfelt appreciation to outgoing Board of Trustees, Bob Griffin, DVI Equity Partners; Jose Jimenez, The Carib Group; Kathy Pherson, Pherson Associates, LLC; Michael Johnson, Capital One; and Pete Seegers, Ernst & Young, LLP.
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The Intelligence and National Security Foundation (INSF) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to addressing contemporary intelligence and national security challenges, facilitating public discourse on the role and value of intelligence for our nation’s security, and advancing the intelligence field as a career choice.