Fran Moore is a retired Central Intelligence Agency senior executive with 32 years of leadership and intelligence analysis experience. One of the highest ranking woman in the CIA at the time and the “first mom to head analysis”, Ms. Moore served as the Director for Intelligence (now Analysis) from 2010 to 2014. Among her responsibilities, Ms. Moore was responsible for CIA’s content in the President’s Daily Brief, a report of important classified information on national security collected by various U.S. Intelligence agencies and given to the president as well as a select group of senior officials.
Ms. Moore is credited with shaping and guiding analytic efforts in multiple Directorates at the CIA and in the broader intelligence community. During her tenure at the CIA, Ms. Moore served in various executive roles including, Deputy Director for Intelligence, Deputy Director for Analytic Programs, Director and Deputy Director of Terrorism Analysis in the Counterterrorism Center and Chief, Deputy Chief of Counterintelligence Analysis.