Our Advisory Board

 



The Government Services Advisory Board provides strategic counsel to our mission-critical, global operations. 

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Jeanne C. Foster

Former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), and National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) Executive

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Meet Jeanne C. Foster

Former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), and National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) Executive

Senior Advisor


Jeanne C. Foster brings more than 30 years of national security experience as a senior advisor and leader in the federal government across the Intelligence Community (IC), Department of Defense (DoD), and the National Security Enterprise. Ms. Foster was the Deputy Director of the Chief Information Office (CIO) and Information Technology (IT) Services Directorate at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), where she led and directed NGA’s mission and enterprise IT development and operations, managing an annual budget exceeding a billion dollars, and a workforce of more than 5,000 people. 


Known as a transformational leader, Ms. Foster served concurrently as the Chief Operating Officer (COO) and the Director of the Office of Mission Resources (OMR) at the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), where she demonstrated unparalleled management of the Directorate of Science and Technology (DS&T) workforce, budget, and support functions. Her leadership across the broad array of technically-focused offices as the CIA helped drive the restructuring and modernization of today’s current Mission Center construct. 


As Director of the Office of Technical Readiness (OTR), Ms. Foster led the DS&T's worldwide Technical Bases managing hundreds of Technical Intelligence Officers (TIOs) deployed throughout the world, to include the warzones.  


Ms. Foster served as the Director, Office of Development and Engineering (OD&E) and the Director, Special Communications Office (SCO) at the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), concurrently. As a mission-driven leader, she worked to grow and develop the cadre of DS&T engineers and program managers who acquired, launched, and operated the next generation overhead satellite systems, and the ground and communication architectures. Ms. Foster delivered multiple special communication systems in support of special operations by establishing critical partnerships across the IC and DoD. 


Ms. Foster is currently an Advisor at Accion Systems, Enabled Intelligence, BCubed Engineering, and the Day & Zimmermann Government Services Advisory Board.

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Mark Kelton

Former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Executive and Chief of CIA’s Counterintelligence Center

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Meet Mark Kelton

Former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Executive and Chief of CIA’s Counterintelligence Center

Senior Advisor
 
Mark Kelton is a retired senior Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) executive with 34 years of experience in intelligence operations. Mr. Kelton’s CIA career included more than sixteen years of overseas service, to include four assignments in key field leadership positions. He concluded his career as Chief of the CIA’s Counterintelligence Center.  Directing the CIA’s counterintelligence and counterespionage programs, Mr. Kelton led the team that protected the nation’s most closely guarded secrets. He has expertise in intelligence operations, international security issues, detection of insider threats, assessment of counterintelligence risk, and crisis management.


Mr. Kelton is a recipient of the CIA Distinguished Intelligence Medal, the CIA Distinguished Career Intelligence Medal, the Director of National Intelligence Distinguished Service Medal, the CIA Director’s Award, the 2015 Presidential Rank Award of Meritorious Senior Intelligence Officer, the CIA Intelligence Medal of Merit, the CIA Donovan Award and many other honors.


Mr. Kelton is a founding partner of the FiveEyes Group LLC; member of the Board of Trustees of Valley Forge Military Academy and College; member of the National Security Advisory Board of the MITRE Corp.; member of the Day & Zimmermann Government Services Advisory Board; member of the Heartland Consulting Advisory Board; member of the Board of BigMediaTV; former Board Chair of, and advisor to, the Spookstock Foundation (benefitting the CIA Memorial Foundation and the Special Operations Warrior Foundation); and a contributor to The Cipher Brief, writing on intelligence and national security issues.

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Phil Reilly

Former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Executive and Chief of CIA’s Special Activities Division

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Meet Phil Reilly

Former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Executive and Chief of CIA’s Special Activities Division

Senior Advisor

Phil Reilly is a 29-year veteran of the CIA, with prior service in the U.S. Army Special Forces. Mr. Reilly was a CIA Paramilitary Officer and served in various position including Chief of Ground Branch, Chief of Special Operations Group, which housed the CIA’s paramilitary ground, air and maritime assets and he was ultimately Chief, Special Activities Division with responsibility for both CIA’s paramilitary and covert influence capability.  Mr. Reilly was a multiple time Chief of Station (COS), including COS Kabul, Deputy COS Baghdad and COS in Europe and the Far East.  He was Chief of Operations of the CIA Counterterrorist Center and the Deputy Assistant Director for Military Affairs.  Phil served as deputy commander of CIA’s Jawbreaker team, the first USG team to respond to the September 11 attacks, entering Afghanistan on September 26, 2001.

Since retirement, Mr. Reilly has had a variety of positions, including head of National Security Programs at Constellis, with responsibility for contracts valued at over $250 million, and was an Intel Community consultant for Deloitte. 

Mr. Reilly is currently the Chief Strategy Officer of Orbis Operations; a Senior Advisor at Boston Consulting Group; a member of the Day & Zimmermann Government Services Advisory Board, and a board member and advisor to several U.S. and U.K. companies in the cyber, tech, and artificial intelligence space.  

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Robert M. Jenkins

Former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Executive

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Meet Robert M. Jenkins

Former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Executive

Senior Advisor

Mr. Jenkins spent 20 years at the Central Intelligence Agency leading operations, personnel, and cyber programs. He is the Chief Executive Officer of Dark Forge Solutions LLC, a C-suite strategic advisory firm. From 2014-2021 he served in mid-level and executive positions at BAE Systems, NCI, and Leidos where he focused primarily on intelligence, defense, and cyber programs. Mr. Jenkins developed the curriculum for and taught a graduate level asymmetrical threats class at Johns Hopkins University, and currently teaches at the University of Wyoming and the Laramie County Community College.

A former Army infantry and special operations commissioned officer who also worked several years on Wall Street, he is known for his thought leadership, creativity, and strategic grasp and comprehension of complex systems. He currently serves on the board of several corporations and non-profit organizations.

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Christopher D. Murray

Former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Senior Executive and Deputy Director of CIA for Support (DDS)

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Meet Christopher D. Murray

Former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Senior Executive and Deputy Director of CIA for Support (DDS)

Senior Advisor

Christopher Murray is an accomplished global leader with significant experience in developing strategy, managing risk, and delivering integrated and comprehensive program solutions.  He is a distinguished and decorated former senior executive for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) with extensive experience enabling worldwide intelligence operations. As former Deputy Director of CIA for Support (DDS), Mr. Murray reported directly to the Director of CIA and was a trusted member of the senior leadership team.  He was responsible for formulating strategy and provisioning a multi-billion dollar global support operations portfolio which consisted of logistics, transportation and supply chain management; cyber, physical and personnel security; physical and psychological medical services; real estate acquisition, construction and infrastructure management; and finance and human resources capabilities. As an exceptionally skilled and acknowledged leader, Mr. Murray delivered effective results in complex and constantly changing environments, difficult geopolitical and security conditions, and against unprecedented mission demands.

Over the course of a 34-year career, Mr. Murray held numerous senior positions in both the domestic and foreign field, to include Associate DDS for Global Operations and CIA’s Deputy Chief Financial Officer / Comptroller.  Currently, Mr. Murray is CEO of Infinite Reach Consulting, LLC; a member of the Board of Director’s for CIA Officers Memorial Foundation; and serves as a Senior Advisor for several corporations.