Dr. Barry Zulauf , ODNI, discusses "Moral Courage in Intelligence."

Join host Dr. Michael Ard for a curated discussion with Dr. Barry Zulauf on, “Moral Courage in Intelligence.”

Dr. Barry A. Zulauf was named in June 2022 by the Director of National Intelligence as the ODNI Referent in the Center for the Study of Intelligence. He conducts studies on the history of intelligence and intelligence lessons learned for the ODNI and the IC, carries out academic outreach to institutions of higher learning, promotes the teaching of intelligence and related studies, and performs research and writing about the profession of intelligence.

Dr. Zulauf spent the 2021-22 academic year on leave from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) as Recanati-Kaplan Intelligence Fellow in the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. He completed a Graduate Certificate in Leadership from Harvard’s Executive Education Program.

Prior to Harvard, Dr. Zulauf was the Chief of the Solutions Division, Executive Secretary of the National Intelligence Analysis Board and National Intelligence Collection Board in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI). He was also the Intelligence Community Analytic Ombudsman.

Dr. Zulauf is the international President of the International Association for Intelligence Education (IAFIE).

Dr. Zulauf graduated from Wittenberg University, and earned a Master’s of Arts in Comparative Politics and a Doctorate in International Relations from Indiana University, and a Master’s of Science in Strategic Intelligence from the Joint Military Intelligence College. Dr. Zulauf has a Diploma from the Naval War College for Joint Professional Military Education (Phase 1). Dr. Zulauf has done post-doctoral work in intelligence and national security policy at Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies and the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University and is a graduate of the National Security Executive Leadership Seminar, School of Foreign Service.

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