Retired Army Colonel with over 35 years of experience in military intelligence, personnel/information/physical security, counterintelligence, and OPSEC for defense organizations, a government agency, and civilian industry. Her experience lies in threat analysis, personnel/information/physical security, OPSEC, counterintelligence, training, financial management and personnel management. During her Army career, she served in various military intelligence staff and command positions in Europe and the United States, including command of an interrogation unit, command of a Special Security Office, command of a military intelligence battalion, deputy of a Joint Intelligence Center, assignment officer for military intelligence Majors, and leader development officer for Army officers. Since retiring from the Army, she has worked for civilian industry providing training, security support, and OPSEC services to government contracts. She currently provides support services to a small consulting firm. Mrs. Hall has a Master’s Degree in Strategic Studies / Information Operations from the Industrial College of the Armed Forces from the National Defense University, a Master’s Degree in Human Resources from Boston University, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics from the University of North Dakota.
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