Henry A. Crumpton
Henry "Hank" A. Crumpton "is a Distinguished Fellow at the EastWest Institute. He also advises companies on global risk and opportunity.
"With the rank of Ambassador-at-Large, Hank served as the Coordinator for Counterterrorism at the US Department of State from August 2005 until February 2007. Working directly for the Secretary of State, he developed, coordinated and implemented US counterterrorism policy in Washington DC and abroad. Prior to his State Department appointment, Hank served in the Central Intelligence Agency. He held senior management positions, including an assignment to the Federal Bureau of Investigation as Deputy Chief of the International Terrorism Operations Section, 1998-1999.
"Hank received a B.A. in Political Science from the University of New Mexico and a Master's in International Public Policy, with honors, from Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies.
"He is a contributing author to "Transforming U.S. Intelligence" (2005). He serves as an advisory board member to the Department of Homeland Security’s Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START), a national consortium of universities. He is also a member of the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ (CSIS) Transnational Threats Steering Committee.
"Hank is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Intelligence Commendation Medal; the George H.W. Bush Award for excellence in counterterrorism; and the Sherman Kent Award, in recognition of an outstanding contribution to the literature of intelligence." 
Resources and articles
- Henry A. Crumpton, EastWest Institute, accessed September 4, 2007.