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Constellis Appoints Andrew Hartsog as Special Projects VP

Andrew Hartsog

VP of Special Projects


Constellis Appoints Andrew Hartsog as Special Projects VP

CIA and U.S. Army special forces veteran Andrew Hartsog has taken on the role of vice president of special projects, national security programs at risk management company Constellis.

Constellis CEO Terry Ryan, a 4×24 member, highlighted Hartsog’s national security experience from leadership and command assignments worldwide, including in several war zones.

Hartsog retired as a Senior Intelligence Service executive from the CIA after almost 23 years as a paramilitary operations officer. His assignments included time as a chief of station and a chief of operations.

He received the CIA Intelligence Star of Valor twice and the Distinguished Career Intelligence Medal, Constellis said Friday.

According to Hartsog’s LinkedIn profile, he served in the Army from 1997 to 2002.

His educational background includes a bachelor’s degree in history from West Virginia University.

Hartsog sits on the board of advisers of Famil USA, a nonprofit that supports the integration of Afghan veterans into the United States. He is also a board member at Badger Six, an organization that provides humanitarian aid to Afghan allies.

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