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Senator Scott Brown

Senator Scott Brown

Former U.S. Senator, Fox News Contributor & Visionary Conservative Leader

Former U.S. Senator Scott Brown (MA) has a long history of public service including many years in the Massachusetts Legislature as a State Representative and member of the State Senate before being elected to Ted Kennedy's seat as the first Massachusetts Republican elected to the U.S Senate in over... More
Michael E. Leiter

Michael E. Leiter

Former Director of the National Counterterrorism Center

Dubbed "America’s 24-hour point person on terrorism" by National Journal, Michael Leiter served as the Director of the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) during two administrations. During Leiter's tenure, he led the US Government's efforts to respond to repeated crises and high-stakes... More
Commander Kirk Lippold

Commander Kirk Lippold

Authority on Leadership and Crisis Management & Former Commander of the USS Cole

In our increasingly complex world where urgent financial, security, and global threats appear regularly, it is vital for organizations to gain perspective and learn from past crises to effectively adapt in real time and prepare for the future. That’s why leaders from public and private sector... More
Senator Richard G. Lugar

Senator Richard G. Lugar

Distinguished Former Senator, Senior Statesman, Authority on Foreign Affairs, 2013 Recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom

Former Indiana Senator Richard G. Lugar, a two-time Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, has been one of the nation's leading voices on foreign affairs for the past 40 years. Until his retirement, Lugar was one of the most admired members of Congress. He is still revered for his judicious... More
Jane Mayer

Jane Mayer

Critically-Acclaimed Writer for The New Yorker

Jane Mayer began her career as a writer for The New Yorker in 1995, and since then, has been one of the magazine's most popular political writers, and its most insightful voice on the fight against terrorism. Her articles for the magazine have ranged from George W. Bush to the bin Laden... More
General Richard Myers

General Richard Myers

Fifteenth Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and President of Kansas State University

Military and business speaker General Richard Myers' leadership and service to the United States took place during a time of unprecedented unrest around the globe. Myers served as the fifteenth Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff for President George W. Bush from 2001-2005. As the nation'... More
Vali R. Nasr, Ph.D.

Vali R. Nasr, Ph.D.

International Economic Policy Expert, Dean of John Hopkins SAIS & Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution

An expert on global affairs, renowned for his consistently accurate assessments and forecasts regarding the economic and strategic implications of world events, Vali R. Nasr, Ph.D., is the expert that senior American policy makers, world leaders, and global corporations turn to for strategic and economic... More
General Peter Pace

General Peter Pace

Sixteenth Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

General Peter Pace retired from active duty on October 1, 2007, after more than 40 years of service in the United States Marine Corps. General Pace was sworn in as sixteenth Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff on Sep. 30, 2005. In this capacity, he served as the principal military advisor to the... More
Dina Temple-Raston

Dina Temple-Raston

NPR National Security and Counterterrorism Correspondent

Dina Temple-Raston is NPR's go-to correspondent for issues related to national security and the FBI. Her reporting can be heard throughout the week on NPR's many newsmagazines. Since joining NPR in 2007, she has become one of the most recognizable voices on the radio network. Reporting on everything... More
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