On today’s episode Lindsay Moran shares how her time as a CIA spy taught her to assess, strategize, and embrace challenges in order to succeed. Listen in as Lindsay and I discuss the advantages to compartmentalizing aspects of life, being able to read people, understanding vulnerability, and how her role as an operative impacted her views of motherhood. Lindsay also explores the impact of human trafficking on women and children and why she’s teaming up with DeliverFund to make a difference.
Lindsay Moran is an expert on human intelligence, espionage, and national security. A former CIA operative, she has over 20 years’ experience across a broad professional spectrum that includes covert operations, investigation, social impact, and communications. She is a national spokesperson and part of the development team at DeliverFund, a nonprofit intelligence organization that leverages cutting-edge technology in its mission to eradicate and end human trafficking.
Ms. Moran is author of the critically acclaimed, best-selling memoir Blowing My Cover; her articles and opinions have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Politico, The Huffington Post, and various other publications. She has served as a commentator on national security and intelligence issues for the BBC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, NPR, The Young Turks , as well as national and local radio and online outlets. She was a field correspondent for the flagship news program America Tonight and its groundbreaking science and technology show TechKnow. Ms. Moran is featured as an expert on the top-rated Science Channel show What on Earth. She also consults on television series and movies, including the History Channel’s critically acclaimed documentary America’s War on Drugs and Netflix’s action series Hit and Run.
You can learn more about Lindsay and her efforts here: https://lindsaymoran.com/