Join the Center for Policy on Emerging Technologies for the first of our 2017 teleconference series on Security and Critical Infrastructure:
Innovation for Infrastructure Resilience with Dr. Robert McCreight, C-PET Senior Fellow and author among other titles of An Introduction to Emergency Exercise Design and Evaluation on January 24 at 2:00p.m. to 3:00p.m.
Dr. McCreight is a Senior Consultant with Global Concepts & Communications, LLC. He has over 35 years experience in the State Department working on global security, arms control, intelligence operations, biowarfare, nuclear weaponry, counter-terrorism, emergency humanitarian missions and POLMIL affairs with accomplishments in treaty verification, negotiations, foreign affairs analysis, humanitarian assistance deployments and program management. He has completed special projects for the National Security Council and the White House involving counter-terrorism and homeland security.
Dr. McCreight’s work includes development of Homeland Security Directives for the White House, collaborative terrorism research involving Russian Special Forces, and campaign planning for major disasters and humanitarian crises. During his professional career he worked on major humanitarian crises such as Somalia and Bosnia as well as major natural disasters including the Armenian and Turkish earthquakes. He also served 27 years concurrently in the US military working in intelligence, PSYOPS, civil affairs and logistics and holds a doctorate from George Mason University with an M.A. from George Washington University and a baccalaureate from West Chester University.
Dr. McCreight has published articles on homeland security and national defense subjects and teaches as an adjunct professor in the graduate programs of Georgetown and George Washington Universities.