Former DARPA Director Victoria Coleman Appointed to LookingGlass Board

Former DARPA Director Victoria Coleman Appointed to LookingGlass Board
Victoria Coleman Advisory board member LookingGlass

Victoria Coleman, former director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, has taken a seat at LookingGlass Cyber Solutions' advisory board.

Gilman Louie, CEO at LookingGlass, said in a statement published Tuesday Coleman will provide insights on the usage of various technologies such as artificial intelligence as the company moves to implement its offerings into leading-edge applications.

Coleman currently works at the University of California-Berkeley's Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society as senior adviser to the director.

She previously led Atlas AI as CEO and served as chief technology officer at the Wikimedia Foundation.

Coleman also spent time at Intel, Samsung, Hewlett-Packard, Nokia, Yahoo!, Technicolor and Harman in various leadership roles.

In addition, she served as a member at Lockheed Martin's technology advisory group, Airbus Industries Starboard, DARPA's Microsystems Exploratory Council and the Defense Science Board.

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