Battelle hires CIA vet for intell job

Justin Jackson served at the agency for 28 years

Battelle has named Justin J. Jackson vice president, senior relationship manager for special programs, where he will focus on customer relations and business development.

He will also focus on the execution of strategies to build on and expand Battelle’s relationships throughout the Intelligence community, the company said.

Jackson comes to Batelle from a 28-year career at the Central Intelligence Agency, where he served most recently as the deputy director of its National Clandestine Service.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science, international relations and Spanish from Colgate University, and a Juris Doctor degree from Harvard Law School.

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