A Conversation With the ODNI’s Andrew Hallman


By Taryn Woody


While pursuing a Master’s degree at American University, Andrew Hallman took a class taught by a professor on sabbatical from the CIA. As he learned of the pivotal role intelligence plays in policy and security, Hallman wasn’t satisfied. He wanted to know more. Three years after earning his degree and many background checks later, he followed that desire into a job at the CIA.


“…And I never looked back,” he said.


Hallman served in various capacities over his years at the CIA—as the Director of CIA for Digital Innovation, the Deputy Director of Intelligence for Strategic Programs, the Director of the Office of Transnational Issues and the Director of the Office of Iraq Analysis—just to name a few.


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