Andrew S. Gilmour

About Andrew S. Gilmour

Senior Scholar-in-Residence

Andrew Gilmour is a retired 32-year veteran of the Central Intelligence Agency. He served as a senior intelligence expert on the Near East, South Asia, and Islam over his career in a range of positions including Deputy National Intelligence Officer for the Near East and South Asia, Deputy Chief of CIA’s Middle East Task Force, and Deputy Chief of Station for Analysis in a war zone.  Mr. Gilmour was the principal drafter of three National Intelligence Estimates and an interdisciplinary study on the future of the all-source analytic mission. He is the recipient of the Distinguished Career Intelligence Medal (2017), the Meritorious Presidential Rank Award (2015), and the National Intelligence Exceptional Achievement Medal (2015).  His languages include Persian, French, and ancient Greek.  He holds degrees from Harvard and Johns Hopkins University.