Scott Bethel, Brig Gen (R), US Air Force — Scott Bethel is the Founder and CEO of Integrity ISR, a company that offers a wide range of services for multi-domain C4ISR strategy, training, and operations. He is a retired Air Force brigadier general with 27 years of senior leadership experience in intelligence, cyber, kinetic targeting, unmanned vehicle operations, and education. He’s worked in both an advisory and training role with US and coalition partners including Saudi Arabia, UAE, Thailand, Poland, Pakistan, the Netherlands, Finland, and Mexico. In addition to teaching at ISR University, Scott is also a Professor at Angelo State University and serves on numerous Academic and Professional Boards. Scott holds a master’s degree in strategic intelligence from the Defense Intelligence College and a bachelor’s degree in political science and history from Northern Illinois University. He also was a national security fellow at Boston University. He is the author of the book Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin and Russian Foreign Policy for the New Millennium: A New Approach (2002, Air University Press) and numerous articles on ISR, CYBER, and Targeting.

Kevin Wooton, Brig Gen (R), USAF — Kevin Wooton is owner and principal of Wooton Consulting Group, LLC, providing strategic direction and support in cybersecurity and intelligence issues across the spectrum of commercial and federal organizations. Wooton Consulting’s clients range from Fortune 500 companies to new small business start-ups. Kevin is a retired brigadier general of the United States Air Force with nearly 29 years of military service, culminating in the Principal Deputy Director of Air, Space, and Cyberspace Operations at Air Force Space Command where he oversaw the organizing, training, and equipping of Air Force Space Command units for globally integrated space, cyberspace, and ISR operations. Kevin holds a bachelor’s degree in geophysics from the University of Utah and a master’s degree in administration from Central Michigan University. The Hoover Institution at Stanford University also named him a National Security Fellow.

Mike Grunwald, Colonel (R), USAF — Mike Grunwald is a retired Air Force colonel, a USAF Weapons School graduate, and National War College alumni. He led analytical efforts as an ISR Director of Operations and Squadron Commander, Chief of the ISR Division at Al Udeid, and built solid analytical foundations for the US Air Force as the 17th Training Group Commander and ultimately as the AETC Director of Intelligence, Innovation, and Analysis. Mike was critical to intelligence operations across nine deployments and consistently delivered– and trained his Airmen and Joint service personnel to deliver– high quality predictive intelligence analysis and full spectrum support to multi-domain operations. In addition to teaching at ISR University, Mr Grunwald is also a current instructor for the US Air War College. Mike holds of Master of Strategic Studies from National War College, a Master of Military Operational Air and Science from Air Command and Staff College, and a Master of Arts in Air Power History from American Military University. He is a graduate of the US Air Force Weapons School and holds a Bachelor of Science in History from the US Air Force Academy.

Kent D. Benjamin, Supervisory Special Agent (R), Department of Commerce (DoC) — Kent D. Benjamin is the Vice President / Co-Founder of C2Integrations LLC, providing Tactical and Strategic consulting and support to Department of Defense (DoD), Inter-Agency (IA) and Law Enforcement (LE) Agencies both foreign and domestic. Mr. Benjamin has over twenty years of experience as a Special Agent working on complex CWMD critical technology cases. While serving as Unit Chief for DoC National Security Division Mr. Benjamin was responsible for facilitating investigative cases and joint operational initiatives, between the DoD, Intelligence Community, Foreign Governments, and other Law Enforcement Agencies. Mr. Benjamin served as a Supervisory Special Agent responsible for overseeing Special Agents working at locations in nine countries; his duties included managing strategic outreach engagement and foreign engagement programs. Mr. Benjamin is the recipient of two Gold Medals; Department of Commerce’s highest award for the “For Excellence in the disruption of Weapons of Mass Destruction and Terrorist procurement networks.”From 2002-2003, Mr. Benjamin was deployed with the United States Army, in support of Operation Enduring Freedom where he was stationed at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba as a Senior Interrogator for High Value Detainees. He was again deployed from 2003-2004 in support of Iraqi Freedom as First Sergeant responsible for ten, four man tactical HUMNIT teams, stationed throughout Iraq. Mr. Benjamin retired from military service after twenty seven years.