Michael J. Sulick (born 1948) is an American intelligence officer and served as Director of the U.S. National Clandestine Service from 2007-2010.

Sulick, who grew up in the Bronx, studied Russian language and literature at Fordham University and later earned his Ph.D. from the City University of New York. He also served as a Marine during the Vietnam War.[1]

Sulick joined the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in 1980 and has been stationed overseas throughout his career in Asia, Latin America, Poland, and Russia. Sulick served as the Deputy Director of the CIA's clandestine service for a short time under Director Porter J. Goss. He parted ways with the CIA in November 2004 during a management change and leadership turmoil at the agency.

On September 14, 2007 Sulick rejoined the CIA to replace Jose Rodriguez as the head of the clandestine service. Sulick retired in 2010. [2]

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Preceded by
Jose A. Rodriguez, Jr.
Director of the National Clandestine Service
September 30, 2007–July 2010
Succeeded by
John D. Bennett

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