On Monday, Gov. Phil Murphy formally appointed Lori Doran director of the New Jersey Department of Homeland Security and Readiness. After the departure of Jared Maples, Doran served as director and led counter-terrorism operations.
Doran, the first woman to become an office director, worked for the CIA for more than 30 years. She discusses her priorities as a director and potential threats in New Jersey.
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