James M. Freeman is an experienced National Security professional who has served in multiple senior level policy and development positions within the Executive and Legislative Branches of the U.S. Government. This ranges from being a U.S. Army Intelligence Officer to a U.S. Senate Military Legislative Assistant interfacing with the Senate Armed Services Committee as well as Congressional Officer at the Joint IED Defeat Organization. In addition, James has also supported multiple Special Operations and Intelligence Community entities through various industry engagements. Currently James is a SAIC senior account executive responsible for interfacing with the various Intelligence Agency’s most senior leadership.
James is originally from Houston, Texas and is a Proud Alumni of The University of Oklahoma from which he has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. In addition, James also has a Master of Science degree in Aviation Management from Oklahoma State University and most recently completed Graduate level course work in Strategic Security Studies from The National Defense University.
James is passionate about serving Military family and Veterans causes and does so through various volunteer activities with organizations such as HillVets and The Allied Forces Foundation. This steams from James being a product of a military family himself. He comes from a long line of service to the Nation that stretches back to the Revolutionary War.