- Oversaw the analysis and production of coordinated intelligence community briefings
- Provided intelligence support to senior foreign policy leaders
- Taught at Harvard and Columbia
- Highlights the main global uncertainties that will unfold over the next 5 years—plus solutions
Gregory Treverton recently completed service as Chairman of the National Intelligence Council, which provides both strategic and immediate intelligence support to senior American foreign policy leaders. As Chairman, he was responsible for overseeing the analysis and production of coordinated intelligence community briefings.
Previously, Treverton directed the RAND Corporation’s Center for Global Risk and Security. Before that, he led both RAND’s Intelligence Policy Center and International Security and Defense Policy Center. He was also formerly associate dean of the Pardee RAND Graduate School.
Treverton also formerly served on the first Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, handling European issues for the National Security Council, and as vice chair of the National Intelligence Council, overseeing America’s National Intelligence Estimates (NIEs). He has taught at Harvard and Columbia universities, in addition to RAND. He was a Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relation and Deputy Director of the International Institute for Strategic Studies in London.
Treverton graduated summa cum laude from Princeton University and holds an M.P.P (Master’s in Public Policy) and Ph.D. in economics and politics from Harvard. His latest books are: Dividing Divided States and Beyond the Great Divide: Relevance and Uncertainty in National Intelligence and Science for Policy, with Wilhelm Agrell, published in 2015.