Stephanie O Sullivan
Stephanie O’Sullivan Joins HII’s Board of Directors
Huntington Ingalls Industries has added former National Intelligence official Stephanie O’Sullivan to its board of directors.
O’Sullivan, a past Potomac Officers Club event speaker and one-time Wash100 winner, has seven years of experience as principal deputy director of national intelligence, during which she supported the day-to-day operations of the Intelligence Community.
The chairman of the board, Kirk Donald, welcomed O’Sullivan’s election, lauding her decades-long career, particularly her national security experience and understanding of government operations and the technologies used by the IC, HII said.
Before assuming the role of PDDNI, she spent some time at the Central Intelligence Agency. She initially worked at the Directorate of Science and Technology, focusing on enabling better intelligence collection and analysis, before being appointed as the agency’s associate deputy director.
Previously, she shared her expertise as a member of the advisory boards at Google, Adobe and the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. She was also hired as an adjunct faculty member at Georgetown University’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology.
Currently, O’Sullivan works as a business consultant. She is also an advisory board member at Noblis, Peraton and Booz Allen Hamilton and a member of the board of directors at The Aerospace Corporation, Battelle Memorial Institute, HRL Laboratories and the CIA Officers Memorial Foundation.
She graduated from Missouri Science and Technology University with a degree in civil engineering.
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