Meet Our Intelligence Community Team
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Tim Chase is a Principal with Deloitte Consulting LLP and a leader within the Federal Government Services practice of Deloitte LLP. Deloitte Federal Government Services provides consulting, risk advisory, and financial advisory services to every Cabinet-level agency in the U.S. government, and it is among the top 25 federal contractors on the Washington Technology Top 100 list. Tim serves as the Segment leader for Deloitte’s U.S. Intelligence Community Practice.
In this role, he is responsible for market development and service delivery of a broad range of management and technology solutions to U.S. Intelligence Community agencies and organizations. Tim has worked directly with several of the agencies’ business process improvement and strategic management initiatives, and has been responsible for the development of the practice since its inception in 1996. Tim also serves on the Board of Advisors for the Intelligence and National Security Alliance, and the Virginia Tech MBA Alumni Advisory Board.
From 1992 through 1996, Tim supported contracts within the U.S. Department of Defense, primarily with the Defense Logistics Agency. Prior to joining Deloitte (and BearingPoint, which was acquired by Deloitte in May 2009), Tim worked for 7 years as an industrial engineer in commercial manufacturing environments in both the steel products and electronics industries. Tim is certified in production and inventory management, and holds a Bachelors degree in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research and an MBA with a concentration in Finance from Virginia Tech.
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Mary Corrado serves as the Lead Relationship Director for the Intelligence Community accounts. In that role, she is responsible for overseeing all Deloitte projects and business development activity in support of Intelligence Community clients.
Prior to joining Deloitte in 2004, Mary had an extensive career serving in the financial management area of the Intelligence Community. She served as the first Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). During that time Mary directed development, justification, and financial execution of a multi-billion dollar budget. Specifically, during her tenure Mary directed the creation of an Agency version of a Pay-for-Performance personnel system. She also supervised five working capital fund enterprises providing financial support to various administrative functions. Prior to her role at the CIA, Mary also served in the financial management area of the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), most recently serving as the Chief Financial Executive. In that role, she served as a member of the acquisition board which adjudicated all issues in the acquisition cycle, prepared annual budget submissions, and supervised successful resolution of related issues with Congress. She also initiated a new, integrated accounting system for a multi-billion dollar budget within one year, produced the first annual financial audit to conform with CFO Act requirements, and developed a professional financial certification program ensuring high skill standards in financial management.
Mary has received numerous honors in her career including the Distinguished Career Intelligence Medal (2005), the CIA Director’s Award (2004), and the NRO Director’s Gold Medal (1999). She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.
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Scott Large has been Director of Federal Technology Strategy & Architecture Services at Deloitte Consulting LLP since March 2012. Most recently, Scott served as Senior Vice President Intelligence & Space Sector and Strategic Advisor at a systems engineering and IT services company.
From October 2007 to April 2009, Scott served as the Director at The National Reconnaissance Office (NRO). He joined the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in 1986 as a Project Management Engineer in the Office of Development and Engineering developing advanced spacecraft payloads at the NRO. Scott held various senior development and systems engineering positions within the NRO's Imagery Systems Acquisition and Operations Directorate until 1996.
Also during this time, he served one year as the Executive Assistant to the Director of the NRO. In 1997, Scott became Deputy Director of the Future Imagery Architecture Program. In 1998, he was appointed the Deputy Chief for Programs within the CIA Directorate of Operations' Technology Management Office. In this position, Scott helped administer a joint national program while assisting in the development of the program's strategic plan and program management process.
In 2000, Scott was selected as Director of the Clandestine Signals Intelligence Operations Group in the Office of Technical Collection within the CIA's Directorate of Science and Technology. While there, he led the development and execution of critical collection operations for the Intelligence Community. In September 2000, he became the Deputy Director of the Office of Technical Collection. Scott’s last CIA assignment was as Associate Deputy Director for Science and Technology, beginning in September 2001.
He returned to the NRO to serve as Director, Imagery Systems Acquisition and Operations Directorate, from July 2003 to November 2006. Scott was the Director, Source Operations and Management Directorate at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) until April 2007 when he again returned to the NRO to assume the position of NRO Principal Deputy Director. Before joining the government, he spent seven years in industry, during which time he was granted three patents in fiber optics technology.
Scott’s awards include the NRO Meritorious Service Medal, the NRO Superior Service Medal, the CIA Intelligence Commendation Medal, the CIA Director's Award, the NSA Director’s Award, the DIA Director’s Award, the NGA Medallion for Excellence, the NGA Distinguished Civilian Service Medal, the National Intelligence Distinguished Service Medal, the Secretary of Defense Medal for Exceptional Service and the CIA Distinguished Career Intelligence Medal.
Scott received a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering in 1979 from the University of Central Florida, majoring in electro-optics and semiconductor devices.
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Carmen Medina joined Deloitte Consulting LLP in January 2011 after retiring from an almost 32 year career at the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Since joining Deloitte, she has continued to support the Intelligence Community on issues such as social networking and future trends, and is also working closely with Deloitte’s Center for Federal Innovation. Her areas of interest include developing rigor in analytics, navigating the emergence of new global norms in the 21st century, developing the transparent and collaborative future culture of work, and supporting diversity.
Carmen’s last assignment at CIA was as Director of the Center for the Study of Intelligence (CSI) from January 2007-December 2009. As the CSI Director, she developed and managed the CIA’s first Agency-wide Lessons Learned Program. Her record as a visionary analytic thinker and a dedicated, caring leader made her widely recognized--inside CIA and beyond--as an articulate, passionate voice for excellence in intelligence.
From 2005 through 2007, she was the Deputy Director for Intelligence, a member of the executive team that led the CIA’s analytic directorate. In her CIA career, Carmen held positions of increasing responsibility to include Chief of the Strategic Assessments Group in the Office of Transnational Issues, Directorate of Intelligence. She has led analysts working on Southern Africa and Central America, and helped to design the Global Coverage Program and innovate new production methods to support policymakers. In the early 1990s, she served overseas in Western Europe.
Carmen graduated from Catholic University, Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa, with a B.A. in Comparative Government. She also pursued graduate studies at Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service, but her coursework was interrupted by the offer of full-time employment at the Agency. She is President of the Board of Directors of the IN Series, a DC-based non-profit theater group.
Carmen was born in Caguas, Puerto Rico. As an Army dependent, she also lived in Oklahoma, Georgia, Alaska, North Carolina, Germany, and Texas. She lives in Virginia, but also spends considerable time clearing cedar from a Hill Country home north of San Antonio.
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Alison Reilly is a Principal in Government Operations and currently serves as the Lead Client Service Partner for our Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) account. She has worked with the U.S. Intelligence Community since 1996, focusing on program and operational management and process improvement. While her work is generally in financial, logistics and facilities, and human capital offices, her teams have been able to leverage best practices in business operations into mission support offices.
Alison joined a top accounting firm as an auditor in 1983, and after a rotation to Jakarta, Indonesia, returned to the Washington area where she was asked to transfer to the Federal Services team to start the financial consulting practice.
Alison earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from Baylor University and resides in Annandale, Virginia with her husband Dave and her two children.
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Lauren Rosenbaum is a Principal with Deloitte Consulting LLP. Her client base has focused around the U.S. Intelligence Community since 1996 as well as a focus within the Intelligence units of the Department of Homeland Security. Lauren’s work experience focuses on mission operations, with emphasis on strategic planning, business process improvement, and enterprise operational performance management. She supported contracts within the Department of Defense, primarily with the Defense Logistics Agency prior to supporting the Intelligence Segment from 1994-1996. She is the Lead Client Service Partner for the National Security Agency and the Government Operations Service Line Leader for Federal Strategy & Operations (S&O) and was the S&O Segment Service Area Lead for the Intelligence Segment.
Prior to joining Deloitte, Lauren worked as a research analyst at a public policy research institution in the political military affairs branch. She is a certified Lean Six Sigma green belt and holds her PMP certification. Lauren holds a Bachelor’s degree (International Relations/Economics) from Florida State University and a Master of Science (MS) (concentration in International Business) from The London School of Economics as well as a Master of Arts (Military Strategy) from Kings College in London, England.
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