Charles Allen, Principal, Chertoff Group. Mr. Allen has held senior positions in Government including Assistant Secretary and then Under Secretary for Intelligence and Analysis, Department of Homeland Security; and Assistant Director of Central Intelligence for Collection. He also serves INSA as Senior Intelligence Advisor.
Mike Burns is the Career Services Program Director, CIA Officers Memorial Foundation. He retired from the CIA in October 2022 after nearly 35 years of service in a variety of critical roles. In his last assignment prior to retirement, he was the Associate Director of CIA for Talent (ADT) and was responsible for overseeing the Agency’s recruiting, tradecraft training, professional development, and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion programs. Mike is a proud Virginia Tech Hokie who also did graduate work at the University of Virginia and American University, and has completed executive leadership programs at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government and Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.
Chuck Campbell retired from CIA in 2004 after a 42 year career. Thereafter he was employed as a contractor by the National Counterintelligence Center and CIA for several years, and from 2011 to 2021 served as President and Board member of the Central Intelligence Retirees’ Association (CIRA). Until 2023 he served as a member of the CII Board of Directors, and in that year CIRA honored him with its Lloyd Salvetti Award in recognition of his service to CIRA and contributions to the public understanding of the intelligence profession.
Guillermo Christensen is a partner in the National Security practice of the global law firm K&L Gates, where he counsels clients in cybersecurity, export controls and sanctions, and CFIUS. Previously a CIA officer with multiple international and domestic tours, Guillermo was the 2001-2002 CIA Fellow to the Council on Foreign Relations in New York and then served as with the U.S. State Department as the Science and Technology Advisor to the OECD in Paris. He is an adjunct professor lecturing on artificial intelligence at Georgetown University Law Center and also teaches cyber incident response law at the FBI CISO Academy.
Antonio Delgado, Management and Business Development Consultant. Mr. Delgado’s career as a security professional spanned nearly three decades across the intelligence community. He held executive-level positions in the CIA, NRO, and Intelligence Community Management Staff. He previously served on the Board of Governors for the Central Intelligence Retirees’ Association.
Dana Dyson is an executive leader, counselor, speaker and educator. A retired Senior Intelligence Service officer and Captain, United States Navy, Ms. Dyson has over thirty-three years of federal government service with the CIA and the US Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps. Immediately prior to her retirement in September of 2023, she was the Deputy General Counsel of CIA for Operations. Ms. Dyson served as a valued advisor to successive Directors and Deputy Directors of CIA, providing strategic and tactical legal advice and policy counsel on national security matters of critical importance to our nation’s ability to defend against state and transnational adversaries.
Robert Eatinger has 35 years of experience practicing law in the fields of national security, intelligence, and international law. He is a solo practitioner at Robert J. Eatinger, Jr., PLLC, practicing federal law with a national security and intelligence law focus , the founding Principal of SpyLaw Consulting, LLC, and has been a regular contributor to the Cipher Brief.
Bob retired from the Central Intelligence Agency in 2015 where he was the Senior Deputy General Counsel and where he served as CIA’s Acting General Counsel from October 2013 to March 2014. He previously had held senior operational law positions in the Office of General Counsel and been chief of CIA’s litigation division. Bob also served on active duty in the United States Navy, Judge Advocate General’s Corps, and retired in 2013 as a Captain with 30 years of combined active and reserve service.
Richard Kerr, held a number of senior positions at the Central Intelligence Agency including both Acting and Deputy Director of Central Intelligence, and Deputy Director for Intelligence. He has served on a number of corporate advisory boards and was awarded the Presidential Citizens Medal by President George H.W. Bush.
Jason Klitenic is a partner in the law firm of Holland & Knight, where he leads the firm’s National Security practice. He previously served in senior positions in government, including General Counsel for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, Deputy General Counsel of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and Deputy Associate Attorney General of the U.S. Department of Justice.
John McLaughlin, author and commentator on television and print media. A former Deputy and then Acting Director of Central Intelligence, he served at CIA career for over 30 years as an intelligence analyst on Russian, European, Eurasian issues, led analytic efforts as CIA Deputy Director for Intelligence, and created the Senior Analytic Service as well as established the Sherman Kent School for Intelligence Analysis. He is a Distinguished Practitioner-in-Residence, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS).
Jeannette Moore, Former Deputy Director, Special Technologies and Operations, Raytheon Corporation after retiring from CIA where she was a senior manager. Ms. Moore served on the board of the Northwest Federal Credit Union for 10 years.
Michael Sulick, Former Director of the National Clandestine Service; held several senior positions both domestically and abroad during his CIA career. Currently a consultant on insider threat issues and national security affairs, he lectures and writes on intelligence, including historical works on intelligence dating back to the Revolutionary War and on espionage against America (“Spying in America” and “American Spies”).