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Erin Robbins is an Assistant Vice President at Berkeley Point Capital, LLC. Mrs. Robbins has over 10 years experience in commercial real estate finance with an emphasis on asset management of multifamily, hotel and office properties secured by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac programs. As an Asset Management Officer, she oversees the risk management of 85+ performing and non-performing multifamily loans with a portfolio value exceeding $1 billion. Mrs. Robbins’ holds a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration – Finance from Radford University where she completed her undergraduate work in three years and graduated Summa Cum Laude. Growing up an Army Brat, Mrs. Robbins has a passion for supporting the United States Armed Forces.

Donald L. Reay has served Executive Director of the Texas Border Sheriff’s Coalition since February 6, 2007. Reay has almost 40 years in law enforcement as a Border Patrol Agent, Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent, and Special Agent with the U. S. Customs Service, retiring as an Assistant Special Agent in Charge. Reay also served as Training Director for Sheriff Leo Samaniego while serving six counties in West Texas and as a consultant to U. S. Customs and the National Drug Intelligence Center.

Tuesday, 18 December 2012 00:02

Gregory Lindsey Major (Ret), US Army

Lindsey has over 20 years of experience in the U.S. Army’s Light Infantry and Special Operation Units. Lindsey commanded small units throughout his military career from Squad Leader to Company Command and has served on staffs from the Battalion through the Division level. His combat experience and military career spans Operations in Panama in 1989 through the current conflict in Afghanistan. Lindsey brought his military and leadership experience to Colgen LP consulting projects and most recently to the Cognitive Performance Group (CPG) where he is a Senior Military Analyst with a special focus on development of high performing small unit leaders in the military services

Tuesday, 18 December 2012 00:01

W. “Jess” Johnson

Professional MilitaryEconomic Advisory / Homeless Veteran Advocate James Wadell “Jess” Johnson is a retired (1999) U.S. Army Master Sergeant with 25 years of military service including Combat Med., Airborne and Special Forces. He served with the 501st and the 101st Airborne in Phu Bai, Vietnam and was assigned to the JFK Special Warfare Center at Ft. Bragg, NC, as a “Weapons Specialist. Johnson is combat decorated with: a Bronze Star, Purple Heart, Air Medal, Army Accommodation Medal, Parachutist Badge, Air Assault Badge, and a Special Forces Tab. Since leaving military service, Johnson has established a highly successful international consulting business with clients in government, military and business sectors on virtually every continent. In addition, Johnson is a Military Adviser to and special guest on FOX News and a guest commentator on Charlie Jones “Overnight” KRLD CBS Radio 1080 AM.

Monday, 17 December 2012 23:43

William D. Harrison, OD

Dr. Bill Harrison is a former athlete who became an optometrist and is considered the leading pioneer in Sports Vision Performance Training. Over the last few years has been a management consultant with American Medical Optics, a division of Abbott Pharmaceutical, Pfizer’s Opthalmic Division, Marion Laboratories (now Merrill Dow, Inc.),Capstar Learning Systems, Inc., Transamerica Life Companies, PacifiCare’s Secure Horizons, American Eye Management, LLC., Vision Membrane, Inc. Nordan Laser Eye Centers and numerous individuals. He has also consulted with the Department of Defense’sSmall Unit Excellence initiative, Vital Signs, Inc. and Neosync, Inc.

He is a member ofAmerican Optometric Association (AOA), American Optometric Student Association (AOSA), California Optometric Association (COA), Optometric Extension Program, College of Vision Development, MAVE (Motor, Auditory, Vision, Education) Institute, Orange County Optometric Society (OCOS), Better Vision Institute, Vision Conservation Institute, AOA Contact Lens Section and the National Eye Research Foundation. Honors and awards include the American Baseball Coaches Association Meritorious ServiceAward in 1990, American Optometric Association Sports Vision Section “Optometrist of the Year” 1994, the International Academy of Sports Vision “Sports Vision Optometrist of the Year” 1990, the European Academy of Sports Vision “Sports Vision Optometrist of the Year” 1995 and induction to his high schools’ Sports Hall of Fame. He has been a Professional Advisor to the Sports Medicine Advisory Committee of the U.S. Olympic Training Center, United States Air Force Academy Human Performance Laboratory, Duke UniversityMichael W. Krzyzewski Center Human Performance Laboratory and the Peak Performance Project Santa Barbara, California Inthe early 1970’s, Harrison studied the sensory-motor attributes of premier major league baseball players and developed a protocol for selecting young athletes with great potential for developing into baseball players.

In 1977, he developed the protocol of vision testing and enhancement training programs for the Sports Medicine Committee of the U. S. Olympic Training Centers. Dr. Harrison’s innovative training methods on sports performance enhancement have been utilized by numerous professional and amateur teams. Dr. Harrison has consulted and trained coaches and elite players for thirty-five years on the visual mechanics of athletic performance, including how the visual side of sports impacts the mental and the physical aspects of each game. Current clients includes MBL baseball’s Jason Giambi, Shawn Green, Sean Casey; NFL football’s Jason Bell, Tony Parrish and Ricky Manning; NHL hockey’s Paul Kariya; PGA golf’s Ben Garner and Cleveland Golf; AVP volleyball’s Matt Fuerbringer; BMX racing’s Kim Hayashi and Lisa Sher; professional tennis’s Alexa Glatch and Abby Spears. Previous clients include Hall of Famers in multiple sports: Baseball—George Brett, Rod Carew, Tony Gwynn and expected future inductees Greg Maddux, John Smoltz, Tom Glavine; Baseball—John Brodie, Len Dawson; Golf—Jim Colbert, Billy Casper, Nick Faldo, Carol Mann; Hockey—Grant Fuhr and the 1980 U.S. Gold Medal winning hockey team.

Monday, 17 December 2012 23:39

Craig Fitzgerald

Mr. Fitzgerald is Vice President of Commercial Operations at CNS Vital Signs. Prior to CNS Vital Signs Mr. Fitzgerald had a 28-year career with GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals holding several key executive positions in commercial, public policy, and R&D. Craig has a rich and diverse educational, business and science background and has presented at Medical Schools and Genetics Symposia globally. He is the co-author several articles on the managerial implications of genetic and internet developments for health care professionals and organizations. His most recent publications are “Customized Medicine for the Masses,” in Pharmaceutical Executive , and “Converging Genetics and Information Technologies and the Emerging Health Care System”, Int’l J. of Healthcare Technology and Management .

Monday, 17 December 2012 23:37

Vice-Chair: James Fallon, PhD

James H. Fallon, Ph.D. is Professor Emeritus of Anatomy & Neurobiology and Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at the University of California, Irvine. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Illinois (1975) in Neuroanatomy and Physiology and Masters in psychology and psychophysics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He holds a Honorary Doctorate from St Michael’s College, a Sloan Fellowship, Senior Fulbright Fellowship (Africa) and NIH Research Career Award. He was Chair of the UCI Faculty and Academic Senate and Chair of the UCI College of Medicine Faculty. He is sits on numerous corporate boards and national think tanks for science, biotechnology, the arts, and the US military. He is a Subject Matter Expert in the field of “cognition and war” to the Pentagon’s Joint Command.

His research program is focuses on four areas, including adult stem cells, chemical neuroanatomy and circuitry, higher brain functions, and brain imaging. Human Brain Imaging: Extensive collaborations with clinical and basic researchers on imaging genetics studies of depression, schizophrenia, tobacco use, language disorders, personality, intelligence, male-female differences in cognition, consciousness and anesthesia, human cortical development, sleep, emotional memory, imaging genetic studies of psychiatric disorders, modeling of neural circuits, and law, culture, psychopathy, murder, dictatorships, and the brain. Fallon’s lab was the first to find how to mobilize massive numbers of adult stem cells to reverse the deficits in models of chronic stroke and Parkinson’s disease, which was recently heralded as one of the top seven breakthrough findings of the decade. His lab is also creating new neural interfaces for advanced prosthetic limbs and neural chips. Fallon and his colleagues are interested in the neural circuitry and genetics of creativity, artistic talent, extraordinary abilities, psychopathology, criminal behavior, and levels of consciousness. Most recently in the past two years, he has appeared in over thirty national and international TV and radio specials on dictatorships, psychopathic behavior, murder and violence.

Monday, 17 December 2012 23:36

Bill Coy

Bill Coy has over 25 years of military experience in command and staff positions (1966-1992) engaged in U.S. Military and Disaster Relief Operations. Coy commanded various infantry paratrooper and Special Operations units in combat-training and readiness scenarios on several continents.

He served as Military Coordinator for Bilateral Counter-Terrorism Training in many Western Europe countries, Africa and Latin America; a Certified Military Strategist & Advisor to US Cabinet Members, including Secretaries of Defense & State; SECArmy, The Joint Chiefs of Staff, Chief of Staff US Army and also Directors of DIA & CIA; Staff Advisor to several US Ambassadors during Treaty Negotiations and for large Military Sales Agreements; Certified International Military Trainer in a variety of combat skills and readiness training; and strategic energy & defense planning.

As an international energy executive (in 1992-2000), Coy developed and/or constructed numerous power-generating plants across the globe, totaling nearly 600 MW. As a Construction Quality Control Manager, he has supervised quality control to fulfill various high-security government building contracts in the U.S. National Capital Area. Bill Coy academic credentials include: Education AA, Biology, Canal Zone College; BS, Civil Engineering, US Military Academy; BS, Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, Northrop Institute of Technology; MA, Economics, University of Texas (Austin); 30 Graduate hours for MS , Latin American History & Development, George C. Marshall Institute for International Studies; and Post-Graduate Studies, National Security Affairs, National Defense University. Coy is fluent in Spanish, Portuguese and English.

Monday, 17 December 2012 23:34

Dawn Ainger

With nearly two decades of software engineering and Information Technology (IT) consulting experience, Dawn Ainger leads Genova Technologies as its President and CEO. Under Ms. Ainger’s guidance, Genova Technologies has become a leading provider of custom software development and staff augmentation for Federal government agencies, healthcare entities and Fortune 500 companies. After she took the helm as owner of the company in 2001, her efforts led to a dramatic expansion of the company’s success in both the defense and healthcare sectors.

Ms. Ainger holds Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Computer Science from the University of Iowa, and graduated with Highest Distinction. It is with this foundation of excellence that she has built a reputation in the IT industry as a strong leader; directing Genova to employ award-winning requirements gathering and analysis to ensure a deep understanding of clients’ needs and business goals. A trusted IT expert, Ainger has given numerous presentations for IEEE, PMI, and has appeared at numerous industry conferences. Ms. Ainger has been the recipient of numerous industry awards [link to History /Awards page]. She also serves on the Board of Directors of National Defense Industry Association (NDIA), IowAccess Advisory Council, Iowa Information Technology Council, Technology Association of Iowa Board, eHealth Advisory Council, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Chamber of Commerce and is a member of Women in Defense (WID) and The Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA). Most recently, Ms. Ainger has been named to the Iowa Economic Development Authority Board by Governor Branstad.

Brett Wilson is a Senior Business Operations Executive who has spent the past 15+ years pioneering major business growth strategies and improving business units for the training industry. His expertise spans many corporate areas, with a firm grasp of essential P&L and client management in support of commercial and government accounts. He is a seasoned training professional with more than 24 years experience in the training, learning and human performance improvement industry.

In his role as Principal Consultant for BCS Analytics, Mr. Wilson has provided critical learning strategy advice and services to several prominent organizations including Cummins, Inc, Raytheon, Bechtel Engineering, Shell Oil, Cognizant, Stanford University, and the National Defense University. He is currently serving as Senior Vice President of Business Development for U.S. Corporate Education and also serves as an Advisor to USCE’s Board of Directors. Mr. Wilson has held executive management positions with RWD Technologies as the Director of Learning Solutions; General Physics Corporation, where he served as Director of Multimedia Technologies; at iLearning and Capstar (subsidiary companies of Sylvan and The Educational Testing Service) as Vice President of Operations and Vice President of Services; at Carney Interactive where he served as Vice President of Operations; and at Knowledge Management Solutions Inc., as Vice President of Operations. In these positions, Brett provided leadership and consulting to literally hundreds of commercial and government clients. He has played a key role in some of the largest training initiatives ever fielded and is recognized as an industry thought leader in the area of training technology. Mr. Wilson is a frequent speaker at industry conferences. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Education from the University of Illinois, Carbondale.

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