Former Biden advisor Chris Inglis to join AIG board

Credentials include 43 years of federal service

Former Biden advisor Chris Inglis to join AIG board


By Terry Gangcuangco

Chris Inglis (pictured), who served as cybersecurity adviser to US President Joe Biden from 2021 to 2023, is joining the American International Group board as an independent director.

An expert on cyber intelligence and security, the former national cyber director and ex-brigadier general will take on the AIG post in March. His credentials include 43 years of federal service.

AIG lead independent director John G. Rice said in a release: “Chris Inglis is a highly accomplished leader who will provide insight and perspective based on his deep experience with cyber intelligence and advanced technology.

“Chris brings nearly five decades of distinguished military service as well as public and private sector leadership to AIG, and we look forward to welcoming him as our newest board member.”      

Inglis is currently a strategic advisor at Paladin Capital Group.

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