KI Adult Ed: The U.S. Intelligence Community, Past and Present

It’s been 15 years since the terrorist attack of 9/11. What if anything has changed within America’s intelligence agencies? Is America any safer today? Which agencies are involved primarily in espionage? Hear a former intelligence officer, Ira Cooperman, answer these questions as we discuss the 17 government agencies that comprise the U.S. Intelligence Community.

Ira Cooperman has worked with CIA, NSA and the military during the Vietnam War. He was a reporter for The Los Angeles Times, and he has taught national security courses for over ten years at the Chautauqua Institution. A member of the Association of Former Intelligence Officers, Cooperman has lectured at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and the State University of New York.
Each Keneseth Israel (KI) adult education program is $10, unless you sign up for the year-long series. Pricing for the year-long series: $50 a person per year for KI members, $100 a person per year for those affiliated with another synagogue, and $150 a person per year for those who are unaffiliated.