Chairman, National Intelligence Council
Christopher A. Kojm became Chairman of the National Intelligence Council in July, 2009. Previously he had been a Professor of Practice at George Washington University’s Elliott School (2007-09) and a visiting professor at Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School (2004-7).
He served in 2003-4 as Deputy Director of the 9/11 Commission, in 2004-5 as the President of the 9/11 Public Discourse Project, and in 2006 as Senior Advisor to the Iraq Study Group.
He served from 1998-2003 as Deputy Assistant Secretary in the State Department’s Intelligence and Research Bureau, and from 1984-98 as a staffer on the House Foreign Affairs Committee under Rep. Lee H. Hamilton.