Huntington Ingalls board adds IC vet O'Sullivan
- By Washington Technology staff
- Jan 20, 2021
Huntington Ingalls Industries’ board of directors has elected nearly 25-year intelligence community and national security veteran Stephanie O’Sullivan as a new member, the company said Friday.
O’Sullivan retired from the federal government in 2017 after six years as principal deputy director of national intelligence, the second-highest leadership post at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. She worked with the DNI to manage the IC’s day-to-day operations.
Prior to that role, O’Sullivan served as associate deputy director at the CIA and also in several management positions within that agency’s directorate of science and technology.
She currently serves on the board of directors at The Aerospace Corporation, Battelle, HRL Laboratories and the CIA Officers Memorial Foundation. O’Sullivan also is a member of advisory boards at Booz Allen Hamilton, Peraton and Noblis.