Carol Fleming

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Carol A. Fleming, "who served as a US diplomat in Pakistan," is Country Director of the Lincoln Group in Pakistan. [1]


The following comes from an online resume posted in 2004 for Carol A. Fleming.

Career Summary: 19+ years experience with the Central Intelligence Agency, during which was gained substantial knowledge and expertise in South Asia affairs and in issues such as nuclear proliferation, counterintelligence, national security and emerging technologies. Left government service as a senior GS-14 and then worked as a Project Director for one of the largest and oldest international firms which organizes and manages worldwide conferences and exhibitions. Most recently served in Iraq responsible for the management of linguists in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Professional Experience

Titan Corporation

January 2004 – May 2004; Site Manager – Iraq

  • Safely and securely supervise U.S. citizen and Iraqi linguists in a war zone environment.
  • Identify, assign and securely transport linguists to military units in Baghdad, Tikrit, Mosul, Dohuk and Zahko for assignment based on evolving mission requirements.
  • Conduct evaluations, counseling, payroll and other personnel needs of linguists.
  • Act as a liaison between the military units and the linguists to ensure that the needs of the customer (U.S. military) are met as well as represent Titan interests.
  • Gained substantial knowledge and expertise of Iraq vis-à-vis the region, customs and culture.

E.J. Krause & Associates, Inc.

February 2003 – November 2003; Project Director – Security Division

  • E.J. Krause puts on over 80 conferences a year, the orientation of the Security Division events are focused on security and counter-terrorism. These include four key events on critical energy infrastructure; global homeland security/weapons of mass destruction; maritime & port security which are held in the United States and Europe with plans underway to take the events to Asia, Russia and the Middle East as well.
  • Responsibilities include the full spectrum of conference planning and organization
  • Developed conference agenda
  • Identified eminent experts in the fields of security and science and global government officials to speak at the events
  • Developed business and exhibit sales leads
  • Generated attendance participation
  • Served as International Business Development Manager for E.J. Kraus’ electronic monthly newsletter “Homeland Security IntelWatch”

Central Intelligence Agency (September 1983-November 2002)

1998-2002 Intelligence Officer; Posted abroad to South Asia with key management and operational responsibilities.

  • Monitored and reported on issues of importance to Washington policymakers, i.e. nuclear proliferation; counterterrorism; regional political/military developments, as well as developments in technology in the region.
  • Initiated contact and interfaced with foreign government officials, scientists and representatives from both industry and academia in the region.
  • Provided briefings to senior officials from Washington.
  • Worked frequently in crisis situations and maintained high level of counterintelligence awareness.
  • Fulfilled all duties and functions associated with spotting, assessing, developing and recruitment of foreign assets as well as a manager and mentor to junior officers.

1993-1998 Intelligence Officer; Posted to CIA domestic field stations.

  • Covered emerging technologies and managed international programs as a specialist assigned to those areas.
  • Met with industry, government, research laboratories and academia to track emerging technologies.
  • Responsible for international outreach programs which involved extensive travel to more than 30 countries and attendance at frequent worldwide conferences and trade shows.
  • Fulfilled all duties and functions associated with spotting, assessing, developing and recruitment of foreign assets.

1983-1993 Intelligence Officer; Posted to CIA Headquarters, Washington DC

  • Managed and tracked international technology programs with an emphasis on telecommunications.
  • Assigned to Central Eurasia division following developments/activities in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Bloc, which included monitoring and managing activities related to overseas field stations in Central Eurasia.
  • Worked as an instructor teaching counternarcotics courses to foreign liaison intelligence services
  • Served for two years as a logistics officer.


  • George Washington University, 1991-1993; Major: telecommunications; Requested by the Dean of telecommunications program to teach upon graduation.


  • Top Secret with SCI and other special accesses
  • Last background investigation: March 1999
  • Last polygraph: April 1998.

Professional Awards

  • The first and only consecutive two time recipient of a prestigious CIA award in recognition of excellence in the collection of Foreign Intelligence and Operational Activity
  • Recipient of an annual award for Telecommunications
  • Recipient of special award from the Director of Central Intelligence
  • Numerous exceptional performance awards for superior accomplishment and valuable service.

Professional Affiliations

  • Founder of the Technology Working Group, Islamabad, Pakistan (1998-2001)
  • Vice President, Capital Area Sysops Association, Washington, DC (1992-1993)


  • Languages: knowledge of Urdu, Hindi, Arabic and Spanish.
  • Additional Skills: Fully conversant in all Microsoft software applications. Firearms qualified.

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