Eileen Vidrine

Department of Defense

2017 fellow

Eileen Vidrine joined the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence in 2012, as the DoD Intelligence Community Enterprise Architect for the Human Capital Management Office (HCMO). In this role, she has led key human capital technology efforts, including the Global Force Management Data Initiative on behalf of the Defense Intelligence Enterprise (DIE) and represented the DIE perspective in the establishment of technical and functional requirements supporting the Intelligence Community human capital strategy. In 2014, Ms. Vidrine assumed HCMO chief of staff responsibilities adding areas of personnel, contracting and budget to her portfolio.

From 2006 to 2012, Ms. Vidrine served in various positions of leadership at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence culminating as the Chief of Staff for the Assistant Director of National Intelligence for Human Capital. Accomplishments included leading information sharing programs with the Office of the Chief Information Officer and delivering Enterprise-level learning technology solutions on behalf of the Chancellor of the National Intelligence University. During Ms. Vidrine’s tenure with the Defense Intelligence Agency, she served as senior faculty member and led the college’s technology transformation as the first Director for the Center for Educational Technologies at the National Defense Intelligence College.

Ms. Vidrine is a retired U.S. Army Reserve Officer. She was commissioned through the Officer Candidate School Program as a U.S. Army Transportation Officer. Later in her career, she was selected and integrated into the U.S. Army Acquisition Corps, after successfully commanding an automation unit. Ms. Vidrine has a Master’s Degree from the University of Southern California; her undergraduate degree is from Ithaca College. She is married with two children.

Chief of Staff, Human Capital Management Office (HCMO) Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence Department of Defense.


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