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CIA Taps Juliane Gallina as Deputy Director for Digital Innovation

Juliane Gallina,

Deputy Director for

Digital Innovation, CIA

CIA Taps Juliane Gallina as Deputy Director for Digital Innovation

Juliane Gallina, a Wash100 Award winner and speaker at a past Potomac Club Officers event, has been named as the Central Intelligence Agency’s deputy director for digital innovation, replacing Jennifer Ewbank, who is transitioning to the private sector after over 30 years in the federal government service. 

Gallina served most recently as the CIA’s associate deputy director for digital innovation. She also previously held the dual role of chief information officer and information technology enterprise director at the agency, the CIA said.

Gallina brings to her new leadership role over 30 years of wide-ranging experience in military, civil service and industry positions. As digital innovation deputy director, she will advance CIA initiatives and partnerships to leverage current and emerging technologies across the agency’s mission areas. 

Gallina’s previous CIA working experience also included a stint at the Directorate of Science and Technology’s National Reconnaissance Office. 

Holding master of science degrees in space systems and electrical engineering, Gallina started her federal service as a U.S. Navy cryptologic officer. She was the first woman at the U.S. Naval Academy to command its brigade of midshipmen since the academy’s foundation in 1846. 

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