Wes O’Donnell – Managing Editor
Wes O’Donnell is an Army and Air Force veteran and managing editor of InSpaceNews.com, InMilitary.com and InCyberDefense.com. As a sought-after professional speaker, Wes has presented at U.S. Air Force Academy, Fortune 500 companies, and TEDx, covering trending topics from data visualization to leadership and veterans’ advocacy. As a filmmaker, he directed the award-winning short film, “Memorial Day.”
Dr. Gary Deel – Contributor
Dr. Gary Deel is a Faculty Director with the School of Business at American Military University. He holds a J.D. in Law and a Ph.D. in Hospitality/Business Management. Gary teaches human resources and employment law classes for American Military University, the University of Central Florida, Colorado State University and others.
Glynn Cosker – Managing Editor
Glynn Cosker is the managing editor of InHomelandSecurity.com and EDMDigest.com. In addition to his background in journalism, corporate writing, web and content development, Glynn served as a United States Vice Consul in the Consular Section of the British Embassy located in Washington, D.C.
Leischen Kranick – Managing Editor
Leischen is the managing editor of InPublicSafety.com and previously served as managing editor of Security Director News. As a leading writer and editor in the public safety community, Leischen developed several special-edition magazines including A Public Health Perspective on the Opioid Crisis, Rebuilding Officer Resiliency, Understanding and Managing Officer Stress, and Protecting against Cyberattacks – A Guide for Public Safety Leaders.
Susan Hoffman – Contributing Writer & Editor
Susan Hoffman is a business and higher education writer and editor. Her articles have appeared on multiple publications, including OnlineLearningTips.com, InHomelandSecurity.com, InCyberDefense.com, and InMilitary.com. Susan is known for her expertise in blogging, social media, and content analytics, and teaches community workshops in Northern Virginia. Susan is also a book reviewer for Military History magazine.
David Hubler – Contributing Writer & Editor
David E. Hubler brings a deep background of government, journalism and teaching experience, which includes an impeccable career serving as a senior editor at the Central Intelligence Agency at posts in the U.S. and around the globe. David is an accomplished researcher and published author. In March 2017, Rowman & Littlefield published the paperback edition of David’s latest book, “The Nats and the Grays, How Baseball in the Nation’s Capital Survived WWII and Changed the Game Forever.”
James R. Lint recently retired as the (GG-15) civilian director for intelligence and security, G2, U.S. Army Communications Electronics Command. He is an adjunct professor at AMU. James has been involved in cyber espionage events from early after the turn of the century in Korea supporting 1st Signal Brigade to DHS Office of Intelligence and Analysis as the first government cyber intelligence analyst.
For the past 15 years, Rob has played an integral role in boosting quality, profitability, and turnabout in large-scale organizations. His contributions have included propelling major organizations to meet complex and comprehensive goals by providing strategic planning, interdepartmental/agency coordination, and adept project management. Rob is currently an Operations Manager at Amazon and graduated from Stanford University Graduate School of Business.