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Keith Kruse

Keith Kruse has over fifteen years of experience as a small business executive with both operational and program management expertise within the national and homeland security industry.  Keith served most recently as Halfaker’s Chief Operating Officer, but has also served as the executive in charge of operations for two other small and rapidly growing businesses specializing in providing professional and information technology services to federal government customers.  He currently serves as a consultant and senior advisor providing senior-level management, policy, and operational

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John L. English

Chief Executive Officer
Heartland Energy Partners (HEP)

John English is currently Chief Executive Officer of Heartland Energy Partners (HEP), which he founded in 2009. HEP is an energy services company whose capabilities relate to the utility industry in the areas of smart grid, energy efficiency and asset management. Under Mr. English’s leadership, HEP offers a comprehensive approach to the management of load capacity and assets to more efficiently distribute power to residential and commercial customers. Mr.

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Scott A. Snook

U.S. Army Colonel (Ret)
Associate Professor of Business Administration
Harvard Business School

Scott Snook graduated with honors from West Point and was commissioned in the US Army Corps of Engineers where he served in various command and staff positions for over twenty-two years, earning the rank of Colonel before retiring in 2002. He has led soldiers in combat. Among his military decorations are the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, Purple Heart, and Master Parachustist badge.

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Honorable Thomas J. Ridge

President and CEO
Ridge Global, LLC

The Honorable Tom Ridge is the President and CEO of Ridge Global LLC. As the company's chief executive, he leads a team of international experts that helps businesses and governments address a range of needs throughout their organizations, including risk management and global trade security, strategic business generation, technology integration, event security, crisis management, campus security and other issues that encompass a diverse portfolio.

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General Barry McCaffrey, USA (Ret.)

President
BR McCaffrey Associates, LLC

Barry McCaffrey served in the United States Army for 32 years and retired as a four-star General. At retirement, he was the most highly decorated serving General, having been awarded three Purple Heart medals (wounded in combat three times), two Distinguished Service Crosses (the nation’s second highest award for valor) and two Silver Stars for valor. For five years after leaving the military, General McCaffrey served as the Director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP).

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Robert E. Luby, Jr.

Managing Director
True North Equities

Robert E. Luby, Jr., is the Managing Director of True North Equities (TNE). In this position he is responsible for the leadership and day-to- day operations of this diverse private investment company. TNE focuses on privately acquiring, developing and growing small to mid size companies, principally in the Aerospace & Defense (A&D), Intelligence and Homeland Security (HLS) areas. TNE develops and implements aggressive growth plans to enhance and expand acquired companies. Mr. Luby is responsible for all aspects of the acquisition and growth of the companies in the TNE portfolio.

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Sherwood (Woody) D. Goldberg, Esquire

U.S. Army Colonel (Ret)

Sherwood (Woody) D. Goldberg is a graduate of Dickinson College (B.A.), the University of Pennsylvania (M.A.), and Temple University School of Law (J.D.). He is a retired U.S. Army Colonel, having served as an Infantry Officer with the 4th Armored Division in Germany, the First Infantry Division (Big Red One) for two tours of duty in Vietnam as a mechanized Infantry Company Commander, Brigade Headquarters Company Commander, Assistant Brigade and Division Plans and Operations Officer, and subsequently as an Associate Professor in the Department of Social Sciences, U.S.

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Kevin F. Delaney

U.S. Navy Rear Admiral (Ret)
Delaney & Associates

After serving 34 years in the United States Navy, Rear Admiral Delaney retired from the Navy in 1998. After three years as a senior executive in the automotive and healthcare sectors, he founded Delaney & Associates Consulting in December 2001. The company specializes in a full range of government business opportunities particularly for start-up companies and emerging technologies. Rear Admiral Delaney continues to speak nationally on various leadership, management, total quality and process improvement subjects.

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Les Brownlee

Former Acting Secretary of the Army
27th Under Secretary of the Army

Les Brownlee served as the Acting Secretary of the Army from 10 May 2003 until his resignation effective 2 December 2004. He became the 27th Under Secretary of the Army on 14 November 2001, following his nomination by President George W. Bush and confirmation by the United States Senate. From 10 May 2003 until 19 November 2004, he served as the Acting Secretary of the Army.

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