Ms. Hull is the Deputy Inspector General (DIG) for Diversity and Inclusion and Extremism in the Military.
Prior to this role, Ms. Hull was the Assistant Inspector General (AIG) for the Acquisition, Contracting, and Sustainment (ACS) Directorate for Audit.
She joined the DoD Office of Inspector General (OIG) in 2004. She has held a variety of staff and leadership positions, such as auditor, team leader, project manager, and program director. In those roles, Ms. Hull conducted multiple audits in the areas of major defense contractor pension plans, weapons systems spare parts pricing, contract management, and contract payments. She has also worked at other agencies in the Federal IG community, including the Department of Justice OIG and the National Geospatial‐Intelligence Agency OIG.
In January 2018, Ms. Hull became a member of the Senior Executive Service as the AIG for the ACS Directorate. The ACS directorate conducts audits of major weapon systems acquisition, contracts, sustainment management, healthcare, and congressional interest audits. ACS has field offices in Columbus, Ohio; Cleveland, Ohio; Yorktown, Virginia; and Denver, Colorado.
From September 2016 to December 2017, Ms. Hull served as the Deputy Assistant Inspector General for the Contract Management and Payments (CMP) Directorate that conducted audits of contract management, payments, and contingency contracting.
From December 2014 to September 2016, Ms. Hull served as a Program Director in the Acquisition and Sustainment Management Directorate. As a Program Director, she conducted audits of major weapons systems spare parts pricing; inventory management; and performance-based logistics.
Ms. Hull graduated from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Information Systems and a Bachelor of Arts in English, with a Professional Writing concentration. Ms. Hull also has a Certificate of Project Management from George Washington University and is a Certified Fraud Examiner.