MG (Retired) Brian Keller joined SAIC now Leidos in January 2010 and today serves as Vice President, Army Strategic Account Executive. He leads Army strategy development and provides business development support, customer account management, strategic capture and proposal development across Leidos for the long-term growth of the enterprise.
Before joining Leidos, Brian spent nearly 30 years as a Soldier achieving the rank of Major General before retiring in 2010 while serving as the Director of Military Support at the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency. Brian served in a wide variety of intelligence command and staff assignments at tactical, Army, Special Operations Forces, and Joint commands. He has extensive service in joint, Special Operations, and operational deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan. He served as the J2 / Senior Intelligence Officer for the Joint Special Operations Command, United States European Command, and Multi-National Forces-Iraq where he was selected by General Petraeus to lead his combat intelligence staff.
Brian was a Distinguished Military Graduate from the University of Connecticut, Storrs, where he graduated with a degree in History. He also received a master’s degree in Strategic Studies, US Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, KS, and a master’s degree in Military Studies, School of Advanced Military Studies, Fort Leavenworth, KS.