William serves as a senior security representative to a major government contractor where he acts as the Counterintelligence Officer, advises on counterterrorism issues, and prepares personnel for overseas travel. His additional duties include advising his superiors in matters concerning emergency management and business continuity planning. He is also the author of the World of Terrorism Blog, a website dedicated to educating the public about terrorism, intelligence (geopolitical/strategic), violent religious movements, and psychological profiling.
Prior to his current position, Mr. Tucker served in the U.S. Army where he frequently briefed superior military officers in global terrorist movements and the modernization of foreign militaries. Additionally, he advised Department of Defense Police on domestic and international terrorist movements and trends in guerrilla attacks. Mr. Tucker was chosen as the Communications and Electronics Command NCO of the Year and Tobyhanna Army Depot NCO of the Year. Additionally, Mr. Tucker has earned numerous other military awards and honors.
Mr. Tucker received his B.A. and M.A. in Homeland Security (both with Honors from American Military University – AMU) Mr. Tucker also holds an Undergraduate Certificate in Weapons of Mass Destruction Preparedness from AMU. Mr. Tucker lives with his family in Tooele, UT.
Tee has more than eight years of experience in social media. In 2005, Tee was the first author to podcast a novel from cover to cover, and that experience led to his co-authoring of Podcasting for Dummies from Wiley Publishing. He would go on to pen other books in social media, including All a Twitter (Que Publishing) and Sams Teach Yourself Twitter in Ten Minutes (Pearson Education).
Tee lives in Manassas, VA and continues to talk across the country and around the world on matters of social media, online safety, and science fiction. The latter, he writes in his spare time alongside his wife, Pip Ballantine.
Kyler is from Singapore and is a undergraduate student with the American Military University. She majors in Intelligence Studies with a concentration in Analysis. Her main interests are in terrorism, nuclear warfare and international law.
Apart from academics, she also enjoys languages and travel and is currently learning Spanish and Arabic on an external scholarship program. She also speaks Mandarin as her second mother tongue.
Dr. Carol Pollio has actively served in the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve for the past 27 years and holds the rank of Commander. She is currently the Field Operations Supervisor for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Northeast Region, where she manages 13 Ecological Services field offices from Maine to Virginia.
Dr. Carol Pollio received a Ph.D. in Environmental Science and Public Policy from George Mason University, a Master of Science in Environmental Science from Marshall University, and a Bachelor of Science in Natural Resources Management from Rutgers University.
Andrew is a Bucks County, Pa. author and independent foreign correspondent who writes on current events and international relations. His work appears regularly in such professional magazines as “Jane’s Intelligence Review”, “Leatherneck”, and “The Gazette” and recently served as the military consultant to Stephens Media Group for their “Valor Series.”
A member of the Marine Corps Combat Camera Association, Andrew’s embedded 11x spanning 16+ months with Marine, Army, and National Guard troops in Haiti, Afghanistan, Iraq, Guantanamo Bay, and Beirut since 2006. He will be returning to Afghanistan in May.