Founded Artemus Consulting Group in 2004 after retiring from a thirty-two year career with the Central Intelligence Agency. Between 1995-2002 Mr. Wallace served as Deputy Director and Director of the CIA's Office of Technical Service. As a senior CIA executive combined with 18 years of field experience, Wallace has been recognized for working effectively with decision-makers in the intelligence community, private sector and Congress. He is a dynamic public speaker and co-author of five books: NINE FROM THE NINTH (2002), a memoir of Vietnam War LRRPs;  SPYCRAFT: The Secret History of the CIA's Spytechs from Communism to Al-Qaeda; THE OFFICIAL CIA MANUAL OF TRICKERY AND DECEPTION; SPY SITES OF NEW YORK; SPY SITES OF PHILADELPHIA and SPY SITES OF WASHINGTON D.C.


Jack Rich retired from the Central Intelligence Agency after a career spanning 38 years, then served as a program manager and foreign affairs analyst in the Department of State's Bureau of Intelligence and Research for ten years. During his careers, Mr. Rich had extensive analytical, operational, and managerial experiences in Asia, Africa, Latin America, and Europe. His career covered diverse national security and diplomatic issues, and involved working with academia, think tanks, and private industry.

Served twenty-three years experience as an Operations Officer and Senior Manager with the Central Intelligence Agency's Directorate of Operations and Directorate of Science and Technology. As Department Chief of CIA Counterterrorist Center, Mr. Cotsana directed the Department's mission to identify and disrupt terrorist plans, methods of operation and plots. He managed the Agency's covert communications operations and coordinated counterintelligence programs to protect personnel and facilities. Mr. Cotsana, a member of the CIA's Senior Intelligence Service, retired in 2005.

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34 years of corporate and government experience with particular expertise in large scale operational restructurings, acquisition integrations and divestitures; and design and implementation of competitive intelligence programs. Jenny served 18 years at CIA as an intelligence analyst and operations officer, culminating her career as Chief of Station. Her career at Motorola encompasses a series of leadership positions including head of competitive intelligence, defense markets strategy; Motorola University; global talent management; and executive search. A frequent guest speaker on the topic of change management, Jenny is an adjunct professor at Dominican University’s School of Leadership and Continuing Studies.

Held senior positions in the CIA's Directorate of Science and Technology and served 29 years as a manager and technical officer for highly specialized intelligence collection operations. Mr. Glanton subsequently joined the U.S. Department of State as a Senior Inspector for Security and Intelligence Oversight where he was responsible for conducting security and intelligence inspections of U.S. Diplomatic Missions worldwide. He is recognized throughout the Intelligence Community as an expert in physical security with focus on vulnerability assessment and offensive attack.

Forty years experience in management, marketing and public affairs positions, developing public-private partnerships to enhance service and product delivery and corporate positioning. Mr Catt's extensive experience includes serving as Executive Director of Foundation Services, Inc. and The Minneapolis Foundation where he coordinated philanthropic efforts and needs assessment throughout the metropolitan Twin Cities area. He chaired the Governor's Commission on Juvenile Prostitution, working with law enforcement, community non-profit organizations and private resources. As President of a multi million dollar health care and rehabilitation company, Mr. Catt directed services to over twenty long term care facilities in Minnesota. His twenty years in pastoral and Campus Ministry positions in California, Minnesota and Kansas provided broad experience in counseling and problem solving.

Dr. Anthony Olcott is a 12-year veteran of the National Intelligence’s Open Source Center, the Foreign Broadcast Information Service and the CIA’s Center for the Study of Intelligence. Prior to joining the CIA, he specialized in Russian as a writer, translator, researcher, and Russian professor, primarily at Colgate University. Olcott, an early “open source evangelist” within the Intelligence Community, advocated greater use of internet and public information for intelligence analysis. He recently published Open Source Intelligence in a Networked World which draws from his expertise in competitor intelligence, due diligence, and other applications of open source research.