Katie Crotty, Praescient CEO, Inducted Into Truman Defense Council

Katie Crotty
Katie Crotty

Katie Crotty, CEO of Praescient Analytics, has been inducted into the 2014 class of The Truman National Security Project’s Truman Defense Council, a Washington-based leadership development program.

The council is comprised of military veterans currently in the business community that carry out training and conferences to discuss issues such as national security and foreign relations, Praescient announced Wednesday.

“I learned how to be an effective and engaging leader while serving alongside dedicated professionals in the Army,” Crotty said.

“This experience has enabled me to lead a team that makes an impact in the community, and I am looking forward to working directly with other leaders to advocate for a multifaceted approach to global security.”


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