Mr. Murray served 31 years with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS). He was a member of the first civilian class of Intelligence Officers following the establishment of CSIS in 1984. Mr. Murray worked in a number of operational and analytical positions during the course of his career and was posted to Canadian regional offices, headquarters, as well as an overseas posting in South East Asia. From 2007 to 2014, he served as Director General, Intelligence Assessments Branch at CSIS, where he was responsible for the management of tactical and strategic analytical programs as well as the Service’s open information centre.
Mr. Murray completed undergraduate studies at the University of Western Ontario, and a Master degree in History with a Specialist Program in International Relations at the University of Toronto, 1982-83.