Daniel W. Clark is an officer in the U.S. Army specializing in communication synchronization and strategic information environment analysis. Outside of the Army, Dan is a founder and owner of Executive Flight Training and Services, LLC in Sanford, N.C. He holds a certificate in professional photography from the New York Institute of Photography and a private pilot instrument rating from the Federal Aviation Administration. He earned a master's degree in strategic communication from the William Allan White School of Mass Communication at the University of Kansas. Follow Dan on Twitter at @Clark_IO.
Jeesue Lee is a researcher based in Washington, DC. She has contributed to projects on military personnel reform, counterterrorism, and veterans' issues. She holds a BA from Wesleyan University in History and Comparative Literature.
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Katherine A. Batterton is an officer in the U.S. Air Force with experience as an operations research analyst. She has a PhD in Applied Mathematics with an emphasis in Statistics and has published in The Bridge and peer-reviewed journals. Katie has also served as an assistant professor of mathematics and statistics at the United States Air Force Academy and as an Operations New Dawn and Enduring Freedom assessment analyst in the Combined Air Operations Center. Katie is currently a student at the U.S. Air Force Air Command and Staff College.
Kimberly N. Hale is an officer in the U.S. Air Force specializing in operations research. She earned a PhD in Policy Analysis with a focus on Quantitative Techniques and has published on The Bridge and print publications. Kim has spent time as an assistant policy analyst with the RAND Corporation and served on the assessment team for Operation Inherent Resolve, Operation Enduring Freedom, and Operation Resolute Support. She is currently the Chief Analyst at a fighter test squadron.