The Intelligence and National Security Alliance has added five new members to its executive committee that includes former senior government officials and senior executives from the private sector.
INSA said Wednesday it welcomed the five subject matter experts and senior-level executives to advise the organization’s leaders on prospective research initiatives, membership activities, events and strategic planning strategies.
New appointees include:
- Dana Barnes, Microsoft national security group general manager
- Michael King, Northrop Grumman vice president for business development
- Adam Lurie, Haystax Technology director of predictive analytics
- Todd Rosenblum, IBM senior executive for national security programs and strategy
- Yvonne Vervaet, Mantech International senior vice president for business development
“I am very pleased to welcome these five distinguished professionals to the Executive Committee and I thank each of them for volunteering their time and energy to INSA,” said Chuck Alsup, INSA president.