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Julie Farnam

Julie Farnam serves as the CEO of Pandorus Intelligence, LLC.  Prior to starting Pandorus Intelligence, LLC, Julie Farnam served in the federal government for nearly two decades. She joined the United States Capitol Police as the Assistant Director of Intelligence in October 2020. In April 2021, she assumed the role of Acting Director of Intelligence and held that position for over a year. While at the Capitol Police, Farnam warned of the impending danger ahead of January 6th. Her role is highlighted in the final report of the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol (Appendix 1). 

Julie Farnam

Before joining the Capitol Police, Farnam served with the Department of Homeland Security for over fifteen years. She is a recognized expert in intelligence and immigration. She has served as the Chief of the Immigration Vetting Division within U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ Fraud Detection and National Security (FDNS) Directorate. In this role, she oversaw the agency’s Intelligence Watch, as well as the four teams responsible for vetting immigration cases with issues involving national security. She also managed several high-level projects, including helping to establish a unit dedicated to the denaturalization of individuals who gained U.S. citizenship through fraud. She served as the agency’s lead for coordinating the implementation of several Executive Orders, including efforts to create baseline vetting and screening standards for immigration benefit applicants, and examine fraud vulnerabilities in the U.S. immigration system. She was the recipient of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service’s Heritage Award, the second highest award offered by the agency, for her work with the Boston Marathon bombing. She also led a multi-agency taskforce to revise the immigrant fiancé(e) visa process after the San Bernardino terrorist attack in 2015.

 

Farnam holds a master’s degree in Intercultural Relations from Lesley University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from Simmons College. She is the author of the books Domestic Darkness: An Insider's Account of the January 6th Insurrection, and the Future of Right-Wing Extremism and U.S. Immigration Laws Under the Threat of Terrorism.

Kara Mulroy

Kara Mulroy has over 25-year's experience artfully applying creative, out-of-the-box, solutions-based thinking to a wide spectrum of operational and technical challenges. working complex and often sensitive operations in both public and private sectors. She has conducted hands-on intelligence analysis and product development with the ability to communicate to various levels of management. Throughout her career she has been responsible for driving decisions with actionable intelligence to ensure policymakers are educated on necessary topics.

 

Kara has a proven ability to respond to and overcome emergency events around the globe through her analytic, technical, and operational skills. She facilitates  harmonious collaboration across a variety of mission spaces that results in qualitative and quantitative research and strategic assessments to support national-level decision makers. As career analyst and leader, she continuously administers and implements a strategic vision in alignment with agency and national roadmaps.

 

Kara holds a MS in International Relations with a focus on National Security, an MS in Electronic Commerce/Cryptologic Systems, and a BA in Linguistics.. Her specialties include: intelligence, project management, leadership, collaboration, team-building, operations, training, government liaison, command & control, emergency management, policy, and transformation.

Kara Mulroy
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