Jorhena Thomas

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Jorhena Thomas is passionate about creative cooperation in security matters and has dedicated her career to finding meaningful ways to improve, enhance, and transform security efforts at all levels. She has extensive experience in intelligence analysis, intelligence-led investigations, homeland security, strategic communication, and inter-organizational liaison at the international, national, and local levels. Jorhena is currently a Clinical Instructor and Lecturer in the Crime, Justice, and Security Studies program at the University of the District of Columbia; in the Applied Intelligence Program at the Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies; and in the American University School of International Service. Additionally, she serves as the Vice-President of the Washington DC Area Chapter of the International Association for Intelligence Education. She also serves as a Senior Risk Consultant with The Gate 15 Company. She also writes, speaks, and consults on a range of security and intelligence matters throughout the United States and abroad.

PERSPECTIVE: Intel Community, Our Turn Is Coming

Just as systemic racism can be insidious, invisible, and imperceptible, so can poor tactical and strategic decisions based on intelligence developed by a homogenous group that hasn’t taken the full picture into account.

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