Liaison Officer to UK Defence Geographic Centre US National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
Ms. Jennifer Faraon
is currently serving as an NGA International Liaison Officer in Europe, to
advance NGA’s international foundation mission. She was formerly the Deputy
Division Chief for the Source GEOINT Transformation Office at the National
Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. As Deputy Division Chief, she was responsible
for guiding NGA’s transformation in visualization services, NGA acquisitions of
web and mobile applications, including NGA advancements in mobile technology.
Previously, Ms. Faraon deployed to US Fifth Fleet NSA Bahrain, leading GEOINT
technology transition activities. In the span of her career, she has served as
the NGA Liaison to OPNAV N2N6 and supported the Chief of Naval Operations, US
Navigator of the Navy and the Deputy Director for Naval Intelligence. Ms.
Faraon provided critical liaison support during the USS Guardian(MCM-5)
grounding and she was also the NGA Liaison to US Southern Command, supporting
Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief Operations. In this role, she was
responsible for supporting GEOINT disclosure and release activities for relief
efforts during the Haiti and Chile Earthquakes, both occurring in the year
2010. Early in her career, Ms. Faraon was assigned to the NGA International
Office, supporting numerous international partner engagements. She has served
as an Intelligence Specialist in the US Navy at US Pacific Command and has a
Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations with a concentration in
Psychology. She speaks 3 languages and has received military and civilian
awards which include the Joint Service Achievement Medal, two ODNI Meritorious
Unit Citations and the Secretary of Defense Global War on Terrorism Civilian
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