| AdvisorLucinda Webb is a retired Senior Intelligence Executive with 32 years of service in the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) where she held a broad range of senior leadership assignments and developed a strong expertise in Counterintelligence. She is currently consulting on Intelligence and Counterintelligence matters and serves on several boards, including as a member of the Senior Advisory Board to the Director of National Intelligence, the CIA’s Studies in Intelligence Board and the Security Policy Reform Committee of the Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA).Ms. Webb’s final leadership assignment prior to retirement included serving five and a half years as CIA’s Chief of Counterintelligence. Prior to this, her senior leadership assignments included serving as Director of Recruiting for the CIA’s Clandestine Service; Chief of Staff for Clandestine Operations; Deputy Chief of Counterintelligence; Chief of CIA’s Group which managed liaison with the US Congress, Deputy Chief of Counterespionage, and a senior position in Counterintelligence at the Federal Bureau of Investigation.During her career, Ms. Webb worked extensively with CIA’s senior leadership team, including eight Directors of Central Intelligence as well as with CIA Field Stations worldwide, senior National Security Council officials, the Director of National Intelligence and Staff, Congress, the US Intelligence Community, and Foreign Intelligence Services.She received a Masters Degree in Public Administration from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and a Bachelors Degree in International Relations from Sweet Briar College.Throughout her career, Ms. Webb has received numerous awards for her service including the Presidential Rank Award, CIA’s Distinguished Career Intelligence Medal, the CIA Director’s Award from two CIA Directors, the Donovan Award from two Directors for Operations, top level Annual SIS Bonus Awards, the CIA Intelligence Medal of Merit, and numerous Exceptional Performance Awards.
| AdvisorJames Kirkman is a Vice President of Global Response Center LLC. In 2008, Mr. Kirkman retired after 30 years distinguished service in the Central Intelligence Agency. In his last position, Mr. Kirkman served as Group Chief of the Office of Security’s largest component, Protective Programs. He also served as the National Clandestine Service Senior Representative to the FBI appointed as the CIA’s senior advisor to the FBI’s Assistant Director for Counterintelligence.Mr. Kirkman worked as Group Chief, National Counterintelligence Executive (NCIX) charged with developing the new national level counterintelligence entity. In this, he managed the largest NCIX component responsible for training the US counterintelligence community, conducting assessments, coordinating agency operations and communicating security information to private industry. Mr. Kirkman served in a variety of roles within the CIA’s Office of Security, including Division Chief for processing security clearances and sensitive compartmented information access in addition to working as a polygraph program examiner and supervisor culminating in the position of Chief, Polygraph Training.Mr. Kirkman served as a United States Marine and is as a graduate of special fellows programs from Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management and Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government and has a Master of Science, Criminal Justice from Long Island University, C.W. Post College. He is a recipient of the CIA’s Distinguished Career Intelligence Medal (DCIM) and the Intelligence Commendation Medal as well as the Medal of Valor and Policeman of the Year from the state of New York.
| AdvisorMary Griggs is an executive with national level experience establishing, transforming and leading organizations, as well as developing policy in the U.S. Intelligence and Security communities. Ms. Griggs, a member of the Senior Executive Service, retired in March 2012 after 32 years of U.S. government service. From 1994 to 2012 Ms. Griggs established and served as an executive at four interagency organizations that developed policies and coordinated U.S. Intelligence Community activities.These organizations included the Defense Counterintelligence (CI) and HUMINT Center, Defense Intelligence Agency, responsible for synchronizing and deconflicting Department of Defense (DOD) Components and Intelligence Community activities; the DOD Counterintelligence Field Activity, responsible for transforming DOD counterintelligence; the Joint Counterintelligence Evaluation Office, responsible for keeping the Secretary of Defense and other senior DOD officials informed of significant CI and security issues; and the National Counterintelligence Center (NACIC) responsible for coordinating the activities of the U.S. Counterintelligence Community.As the Director of Industrial Security for the Defense Security Service (DSS) she administered the National Industrial Security Program (NISP) for DOD and 23 government agencies providing oversight, advice and assistance to approximately 12,000 NISP contractor facilities in the U.S. industrial base. Ms. Griggs rebuilt the Agency after two thirds of DSS transferred to the Office of Personnel Management which resulted in risk based, integrated and streamlined business operations.Ms. Griggs began her federal career in 1980 as a State Department Special Agent and served in various positions at the highest levels of government, including Assistant Director of the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board at the White House; Special Assistant to the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Information War, Counterintelligence and Security, Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD); and Staff Member of the Blue Ribbon Director of Central Intelligence and Deputy Secretary of Defense Joint Security Commission.Ms. Griggs has been recognized in Washington Woman magazine and won five State Department Meritorious Honors; three NACIC Exceptional Performance Awards; two Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) Outstanding Performance Awards; three OSD Exceptional Civilian Awards; two State Department Superior Honor Awards; and a Director of National Intelligence, National Intelligence Meritorious Unit Citation.Ms. Griggs holds a Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations from American University and has completed several executive development courses from Harvard University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, George Washington University and the Federal Executive Institute.
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