International Security Strategist
Conduct research and produce publication on domestic and international cyber security issues.
Prior to coming to SEI/CERT Mr. Strozer was Director of International Security Programs at Dynamis, Inc., where he built an international division of the company to provide expertise and support to domestic and international disaster planning, response and development issues while at the same time leading strategic planning support for the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) and directing the planning, implementation, and analysis of comprehensive time series assessments of the military balance in world regions in support of the Office of the Secretary of Defense/Director of Net Assessments.
Prior to his time at Dynamis, Mr. Strozer created a non-partisan domestic public diplomacy non-profit called The “What’s It To Me?” Foundation, which provided the citizens of Chicago an understanding of how international events are relevant to their lives. Before this, Mr. Strozer was the Director of Research at Computer Sciences Corporation in support of DTRA. Mr. Strozer started his post-graduate school professional career as a Presidential Management Fellow (PMF) at the United States Department of State, where he was the Program Manager for over $50 Million in Cooperative Counterproliferation Assistance Funds for Fifteen countries throughout Eurasia, and was the Humanitarian Mine Action Officer in Hanoi, Vietnam.
- MA, International Relations, The George Washington University
- BA, International Relations, The George Washington University
International Humanitarian Law, The American Red Cross
,Conflict Analysis, United States Institute of Peace
,Civil Resistance and the Dynamics of Nonviolent Conflict, United States Institute of Peace
,UN-CMCoord IMPACT on Civil-Military Coordination, United Nations