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MCU Speakers Bureau Members and Topics
MCU Speakers are available to address groups on a variety of both national and international topics to include cultural, military, political, educational themes and more. 
 
 

 Speakers Bureau Members

 
  
  
Topics/Areas of Interest
  
Vice-President Academic Affairs

​​International Terrorism, Middle East, Europe, National Security Strategy, Building Partnership Capacity

  
US Army Chair to the Marine Corps War College

Leadership, National Security, Strategic Communications,  Korean Theater of Operations and Pacific Rim

  
Professor of Cyber Security

​​​Cyber Warefare, Law of Armed Conflict/International Humanitarian Law (LOAC/IHL)

  
​Academic Chair Department of Homeland Security

​​Homeland Security

  
​Professor of National Security Affairs

​​American Civil War, German Army of World War II Leadership, Operational Art

  
Deputy Director, Center for Applied Creativity

​Leadership and Command, National Security, Theater Security Cooperation, Reserve Affairs, Marine Corps

  
​Associate Professor of Military History

Military History, Political Science, Social Studies, International Affairs

  
Course Director, Collage of Distance Education and Training

​Leadership, Iraq War, Warfighting

  
​Director of the Marine Corps War College

Leadership and Ethics, National Security, Marine Corps

  
Communications Supervisor

​Leadership, Team Building, Organizational Culture, Organizational Change, Developing Presentational Skills, Conflict Management, Managing Millennials, Creativity, Train-the-Trainer, Adult Learner Needs, and Grammar Remediation

  
​Associate Professor of National Security Affairs

​​Military ethics, international security, national security, and US Government

  
Director IRAP

Learning Communities in Higher Education, Knowledge Management in Organizations, Informal Learning, Community of Practice Models

  
​Assistant Professor of Strategic Studies

​​National Security, Special Operations, Insurgency & Counterinsurgency Theory and Practice, Social Movements, Conflict Analysis, and Leadership.

  
​Supervisor of Curriculum Development

Teaching and Learning, Education Administration, Curriculum and Instruction, Governance and Leadership

  
​Director and Chief of Marine Corps History

History and National Security Affairs, U.S. History, U.S. Government, Terrorism, U.S. Marine Corps History

  
Senior Fellow

​​Military History, Case Method Studies, Judaic Studies

  
​WFTS Deputy Director

​​Airpower in Irregular Warfare, Leadership and Ethics, Mobility Operations

  
US Air Force Chair
  
​Senior Research Associate

​​Middle East Security Studies with an emphasis on Yemen, Iran and the Gulf Region, Impact of Regional Policies in the Greater Middle East on U.S. National Security and Interests, Civil-Military Relations in the Middle East, Causes and Dynamics of Internal War in Yemen, Counterterrorism, Counterinsurgency

  
Defense Intelligence Agency Chair

​U.S. Military and Naval History, Combat and Military Effectiveness, Civil-Military Relations, U.S. Political and Constitutional History, U.S. Intelligence History

  
Associate Dean of Academics

American Foreign Policy, American History, History of Medicine, International Relations, Marxism, Political Theory, USN/USMC History

  
Course Director Leadership and Ethics

Reserve Integration, Leadership and Ethics, Aviation, and Joint Planning

  
Chaplain

​​Chaplains Serving With the USMC: Religion in culture, Military Ethics, The Ethics of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Leadership & Ethics, History

  
​Professor of Ethics and Ethics Branch Head

​​Leadership, Ethics, Military Ethics

  
Deputy Director, Lejeune Leadership Institute

Military & Civilian Leadership Development,  Speech Communication Theory and Practice, Teaching Methodologies, Philosophies, and Practices, Curriculum Design, Development, Implementation, and Accreditation , Faculty Development, Operational Planning and Operations, General Military Subjects, Regional Studies, and Military History.