Company: United States Government
Location: Arlington, VA
ARLINGTON, VA | October 19, 2010 | John Juilfs, retired Information Technology Manager from the United States Government, has been recognized by Elite American for demonstrating dedication, leadership and excellence in intelligence operations.
Prior to his retirement, John Juilfs gained over three decades of experience working with the United States Government as an IT manager. Specialized in mathematical models and analysis, he expertly led a group of scientific programmers within the Central Intelligence Agency to modernize and streamline the flow of data into intelligence products. For outstanding efforts, the CIA awarded him with a Career Commendation Medal — an achievement of which he is especially proud. Mr. Juilfs’ additional honors include the Bronze Star Medal and an Army Commendation Medal. He was also named among distinguished ministers by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
Mr. Juilfs considers his patriotism and insatiable passion for international work to be the driving forces behind his career choice. He attributes the success he enjoyed in his field to his ability to understand his directives within the CIA and his experience working with technical professionals.
A graduate of the University of Iowa, Mr. Juilfs holds a master’s degree in mathematics. He also earned a bachelor’s degree in computer and information science as well as a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from the University of Oregon. He maintains affiliation with the Phi Beta Kappa Society and Pi Mu Epsilon.
For more information, please visit Mr. Juilfs personal website http://www.johnjuilfs.com.
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