Juliane Gallina is the Director, Cognitive Solutions for National Security (North America). She has led efforts to adapt Watson technology for global national security clients since 2011.
In previous IBM assignments she led engagements for the US Intelligence Community with analytic technology development for the Director of National Intelligence staff, National Counter Terror Center (NCTC), the National Counter Proliferation Center (NCPC) and several other clients. Previous to her career with IBM, she served as a government civilian engineer at the National Reconnaissance Office with a focus on the design, development, deployment and operations of spacecraft and their ground systems. In parallel with her civilian career, Ms. Gallina served as a naval officer with a specialization in Information Warfare and subspecialty in Space Systems. In 2013, she retired from the US Navy (Reserve) as a Commander.
Ms. Gallina graduated with honors from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1992. She graduated from the Naval Postgraduate School in 1998 with a Masters Degree in Space Systems Operations. She earned a Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering from George Washington University in 2006. She lives in Fairfax, Virginia, with her husband, Lawrence Gloss, and their three children.