James Freeman is an experienced National Security professional currently residing in Washington, DC.
He has served in multiple senior level policy and development positions within the Executive and Legislative Branches of the US Government as well as the Defense and Intelligence Community industry. In addition, he previously served as a U.S. Army Intelligence Officer and once served as the Department of Defense Liaison to the U.S/U.K. Task Force on Wounded Warrior Policy, Care and Transition.
Mr. Freeman earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Oklahoma, a Master of Science in Aerospace Management from Oklahoma State University, and has completed graduate level course work in Strategic Security Studies at the National Defense University. He is a member of the Intelligence & National Security Alliance, Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association, US Geospatial Intelligence Foundation, Partnership for A Secure America, and the Defense Intelligence Agency Alumni.