National Maritime Intelligence Integration Office
Mr. Ken Holliday joined the National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office (NMIO) in 2017. He has successfully advocated for improved maritime and law enforcement information sharing for the last ten years. Mr. Holliday has spearheaded multiple information sharing projects involving federal, state, regional, local, international, and academic partners in the Mid-Atlantic and Pacific Northwest regions. Originally from Apple Valley, Minnesota, Mr. Holliday earned his Bachelor of Science degree and commission upon graduation from the U.S. Air Force Academy. While on active duty, he served as a Squadron Commander, Chief of Police, Director of Security and Foreign Affairs Officer with multiple command and deployed assignments. His experience in foreign affairs and diplomacy enabled him to build strategic partnerships and alliances in complex, multi-national environments. Mr. Holliday wrote and taught regionally-specific security awareness and traveler safety courses in Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and Africa. Mr. Holliday holds a Masters of Science degree in International Relations from Troy University, and is a graduate of the Air War College and the Joint Forces Staff College.