NIU Honors Nation’s First Woman to Head Major Intelligence Agency
The Director of National Intelligence, the senior leaders in your organizations, and the leadership of the Intelligence Community, expect you to apply your experience to drive intelligence integration forward,” said NGA Director Letitia Long in her keynote address at the National Intelligence University Convocation Ceremony on Monday, August 25, marking the formal opening of the university’s academic year.
Standing proudly in full-academic regalia befitting the newly awarded Honorary Doctorate of Strategic Intelligence degree bestowed by NIU President Dr. David Ellison, Ms Long told the newly-matriculated NIU students that “we expect you to seize this opportunity to become outstanding leaders in positions of greater responsibility.” In discussing what will be expected of them in those leadership roles, Ms Long noted that great leaders “have the courage not only to proclaim a vision, they pursue it relentlessly. They not only care about
their people, they care for
their people. They not only set
high standards, they live
by them – openly and demonstrably.” Continue reading at the National Intelligence University
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