Allison Lazarus is the co-Director of TSB^2 in the Boston, MA area, as well as a graduate student at Harvard Business School and Kennedy School of Government. She also coordinates the Cambridge Project for the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) in Boston. She previously served as a professional staff member on the Senate Armed Services Committee and worked for McKinsey & Company. You can find Allison on Twitter @amlazarus.
Krisjand Rothweiler is the Director of the Carlisle Strategy Sessions group in the Carlisle, PA area, as well as a wargame designer and Operations Officer at the Department of Strategic Wargaming, U.S. Army War College. He is responsible working with U.S. Army, joint, and interagency sponsors to build wargames aimed at answering strategy and policy questions. You can find Krisjand on Twitter @krisjandr
Marc Schanz is the Director of the Cigars, Scotch, & Strategy group in the Washington, D.C. area, as well as the director of publications at the Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies in Arlington, Virginia. He oversees the writing, editing, and production of Mitchell's study papers, policy briefings, and other research activities focused on U.S. military aerospace power, and its role in the modern U.S. national security environment. Marc also advises Mitchell's affiliated authors and fellows, and aids their engagement efforts in and around the National Capital Region. Marc is a 2002 graduate of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and received his M.A. in International Affairs from Georgetown University in 2013. You can find Marc on Twitter @GameOfSchanz.
Jeff Sheehan is the co-Director of TSB2 in Boston, MA as well as a Project Manager at the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) in Cambridge, MA. Jeff is an Army Space Operations officer with a broad background of tactical through strategic assignments across the Army and Joint Community. He recently completed a one-year Fellowship at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency(DARPA) and Senior Service College at the Army War College. If you can find his anemic account, he is located on Twitter at @j_a_sheehan.