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E3/Sentinel Adds Intell Community Vet Sue Gordon to Board; Andy Maner Quoted

Jeff Brody
Sue Gordon

Sue Gordon, former principal deputy director of national intelligence and two-time Wash100 Award recipient, has joined the board of directors at E3/Sentinel.

She drove innovation, expanded partnership and outeach programs and accelerated integration across the intelligence community in her previous role, E3/Sentinel said Thursday.

Gordon left the Office of the DNI in August 2019 after two years in the job and previously served as deputy director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. She also held senior executive roles within the CIA's science and technology, operations, support and analysis directorates.

Andy Maner, CEO of E3/Sentinel, said Gordon brings significant experience that will bring insights to the firm's employees and customers as the company aims to continue its momentum as a middle-market mission-focused service provider.

“I look forward to providing my insights and experience to help drive growth and mission success for E3/Sentinel," Gordon said.

"I was especially attracted to their efforts to develop and implement applied solutions for their customers as well as their keen focus on the professional and career development of their people.”

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