Leaders at the Defense Intelligence Agency, FBI, National Reconnaissance Office and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence will deliver keynote speeches during the Potomac Officers Club’s “7th Annual Intel Summit” on Oct. 14 to share their insights into the intelligence community’s priorities, programs and partnerships with the domestic industry.
Lt. Gen. Scott Berrier, director of the DIA, will kick off the virtual event. The career intelligence officer was confirmed to his current role July 30, 2020, and previously served as deputy chief of staff for Army G-2.
This year’s Intel Summit will feature two mid-day keynote speakers: M.A. Myers, executive assistant director of the FBI’s intelligence branch, and Susan Durham, director of the NRO’s Advanced Systems and Technology Directorate.
Myers has been with the FBI since 1996 and served as assistant director of the bureau’s Insider Threat Office before he was appointed to his current position
Durham previously held the deputy director post at the NRO AS&T office for four years. She joined the CIA in 2001 following her retirement from the U.S. Air Force.
The fourth and final keynote address for the event will be delivered by Lora Shiao, chief operating officer of the ODNI. She has served in the COO role since October 2020 and oversees the agency’s governance, information technology, counterintelligence and security, talent management and financial operations.
Visit the Potomac Officers Club website to register for this event and learn more about POC’s other upcoming forums for the GovCon community.