INSA Picks Half-dozen New Board Members

Leigh Palmer, GDIT

The nonpartisan, nonprofit national security forum the Intelligence and National Security Alliance has elected six new members to its 2020 board of directors.

The 18-member board provides INSA with strategic guidance, direction and business oversight. The new directors are:

  • Tony Frazier, executive vice president of global field operations, Maxar Technologies
  • Peder Jungck, vice president and general manager of intelligence solutions, BAE Systems
  • Michael LaRouche, EVP and GM, National Security Group, SAIC
  • Leigh Palmer, senior vice president, Defense Division, General Dynamics Information Technology, Inc.
  • Jennifer Walsmith, sector VP and GM, Cyber and Intelligence Mission Solutions, Northrop Grumman Mission Systems
  • Howard Weitzner, managing director in the intelligence community, Accenture

“I am excited to welcome these very experienced and exceptionally qualified directors to our Board,” INSA Chair Tish Long said. “They embody the diversity, innovation, and energy that are at the heart of our community. I look forward to working alongside them as we advance our mission to build a stronger intelligence community.”

The newly elected board members will serve 3-year terms, effective Jan 1, 2020.

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