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Jennifer Daniel, Associate Director for Enterprise    
Jennifer A. Daniel 1 (97755).jpg​Ms. Jennifer Daniel is the Associate Director for Enterprise. In this capacity, she is the GEOINT Functional Manager’s senior ​representative executing GEOINT functional management, leading and overseeing the National System for Geospatial Intelligence, the Allied System for Geospatial Intelligence, all international partners, industry and academia to realize a fully 
​integrated and interoperable GEOINT Global Enterprise. Ms. Daniel also manages the military Service NGA Support Teams, NGA’s international partnerships, and the development and implementation of geospatial intelligence policy and guidance for NGA.

Ms. Daniel previously served as the Assistant Director of National Intelligence for Mission Priorities, Analysis and Collection in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. As the ADNI, she advanced the state of intelligence integration by establishing intelligence priorities, determining capability needs for analysis and collection and assessing the quality and integrity of the IC’s intelligence.

Ms. Daniel began her career in the Intelligence Community as an imagery analyst in the National Photographic Interpretation Center. Her leadership assignments span the breadth of NGA’s mission areas. As the Director of NGA’s Persistent GEOINT Office she was the focal point for IC programs and efforts of vital interest to the future of GEOINT. Ms. Daniel was the Director, Human Development and led every aspect of managing the GEOINT workforce from hire to retire to providing training opportunities for GEOINT professionals worldwide. Ms. Daniel served as NGA’s Director, Office of Corporate Communications where she led the agency’s congressional interaction, public affairs, and communications. She was the Business Executive for Analysis and managed all aspects of the directorate’s personnel and monetary resources. Ms. Daniel was NGA’s first Director of the Office of Special Programs where she led the agency’s mission for all compartmented access programs. She also led NGA’s Time Dominant Operations Center.

Ms. Daniel received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Massachusetts. She is a recipient of the Presidential Meritorious Rank Award, NGA’s Distinguished Service Medal and the DNIs National Intelligence Reform Medal.

She resides in Northern Virginia with her husband and son.

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