Two Six Technologies has hired Elizabeth Kimber, a former director with the CIA, as vice president of intelligence community strategy.
“Two Six Technologies is a unique company focused on addressing some of the most critical and challenging threats to U.S. national security,” Kimber said. “I am thrilled to join the team to help deliver the innovative technologies urgently needed by our defense, intelligence, and operational customers.”
Kimber served over 37 years in the CIA, joining in January 1985. She was promoted into the Senior Intelligence Service in 2002, and spent 18 years in field operational positions, including as chief of station and DNI representative.
Kimber later became the CIA’s first female deputy director for operations, overseeing the agency’s worldwide human intelligence operations and networks, and foreign intelligence collection and covert action missions.
She also served as the CIA’s acting deputy director, as the first assistant director of CIA for Europe and Eurasia and as deputy director of the National Clandestine Service.
“I’m excited to announce the addition of Beth Kimber to our leadership team,” said Joe Logue, CEO of Two Six Technologies. “Beth’s expertise and exceptional knowledge of mission needs will help Two Six accelerate our delivery of technological superiority to our nation, allies, and partners through rapid, impact focused innovation.”