Nicholas Dujmovic directs the Catholic University of America’s program in intelligence studies. He served at the Central Intelligence Agency for 26 years and in the United States Coast Guard for 14 years. Currently, he teaches three courses in intelligence. At the CIA he analyzed the Soviet Union and East Europe, and was later a speechwriter for the director of central intelligence, editor of the President’s Daily Brief, and a manager of analysts working on Southeast Asia. He is a deacon of the Orthodox Church.