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Pathways to Federal Service with Roy Savoy
September 22, 2022 @ 5:00 pm EDT
Interested in working in National Security? Join Roy Savoy, an Executive Liaison Support Officer for the Defense Language and National Security Education Office, for a discussion on career opportunities in the government and non-government sectors. Mr. Savoy will discuss how to get a head start in the national security job market through internships, networking, and more.
Mr. Savoy completed a distinguished career of over 34 years with the Central Intelligence Agency. He has a demonstrated record of accomplishment as a Senior Intelligence Service (SIS) member in fields of Human Resource Management and Administrative Support. His background includes extensive experience in recruitment and staffing, salary and benefits, employee development and customer and operational support. In addition to his domestic service, Mr. Savoy lived and worked for a number of years in both Asia and Europe.
Since February 2008, Mr. Savoy has been employed with Alutiiq International Solutions, LLC as Executive Liaison Support Officer. As such, he provides program management support to DoD’s National Security Education Program (NSEP) – a program that provides funding for U.S. citizens to study less-commonly taught languages and regions of the world.
Mr. Savoy is a graduate of the University of Maryland at College Park with a degree in Personnel Management and Labor Relations. Additionally, he is a graduate of Aspen Institute’s “Intelligence Fellows” Program; the Federal Executive Institute’s “Leadership for a Democratic Society” Program and a Director of Central Intelligence (DCI) Seminar graduate.
This event is sponsored by the UNC Russian Flagship Program; the Curriculum in Peace, War and Defense; Curriculum in Global Studies; and the Office of Vice Provost for Global Affairs.