DISCS : Personnel

Faculty

The DISCS faculty consists of civilian personnel and officers from the three military departments. All faculty members, regardless of specific assignment, are required to contribute to the overall educational aims of the entire Institute. In addition to classroom instruction, they may be charged with performing supporting roles, writing for publications or conducting research in response to the changes occurring in the field of security cooperation management.

Ronald H. Reynolds, D.P.A.
Commandant
Assistant Professor of Security Cooperation Management
Bachelor of General Studies, University of Nebraska, 1979
M.A. Business Management, Webster University, 1984
M.P.A. Public Administration, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 1995
D.P.A. Public Administration, University of Alabama, 2001
Mark T. Ahles, Ph.D.
Deputy Commandant
Dean of Academic Affairs
Professor of Security Cooperation Management
A.A. History, The Ohio State University, 1985
B.A. Computer and Information Science, The Ohio State University, 1986
M.S. Computer Science, The Ohio State University, 1991
Ph.D. Computer and Information Science in the field of Political Science, The Union Institute and University, 2002
M.S. Strategic Studies, U.S. Army War College, 2009
Jason Arnold
Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
M.E. Adult and Secondary Education, University of Louisville, 1996
B.A. Psychology, University of Louisville, 1989
Mark Carter
Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
European Seminar Director
B.A. Biology, Virginia Military Institute, 1984
M.S. Education Leadership, Troy State University, 1994
M.S. Strategic Studies, Air Command and Staff College, 1999
M.S. Military Operational Arts and Sciences, Air War College, 2003
Advanced Security Studies, George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies, 2006
John E. Chere, Jr.
Middle East Seminar Director
Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
B.A. University of California, 1982
M.A. Columbia University, 1991
U.S. Army War College, 2004
Barton D. Chess
Associate Professor of Security Cooperation Management
B.S. Management Science, Wright State University, 1985
M.S.A. Administration, Central Michigan University, 1996
A.A. Political Science, Sinclair Community College, 2015
A.A. History, Sinclair Community College, 2016
Joshua I. Cummins
Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
B.A. History and International Studies, Wright State University, 2010
M.A. International and Comparative Politics, Wright State University, 2012
Thomas M. Dop
Director of Operational Support
Associate Professor of Security Cooperation Management
B.S. Physical Science, U.S. Naval Academy, 1985
M.S.A. Information Resource Management, Central Michigan University, 2000
Daniel R. Eagle
Director of Strategy Instruction
Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
B.S. Electrical Engineering, University of Portland, 1977
M.B.A. University of Portland, 1978
Air Command and Staff College, 1992
Japanese National Institute for Defense, 1995
M.S. Rehabilitation Psychology, University of Wisconsin (Madison), 2013
Associate Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2016-2017
Dwayne L. Eldridge
Director of Academic Planning and Technology
Assistant Professor of Security Cooperation Management
B.S. Quantitative Business Analysis, Indiana University, 1983
M.S. Information Systems, Naval Postgraduate School, 1993
U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, 1998
Associate Professor, The Ohio State University, 2004-2007
Jeffrey S. Grafton
Associate Professor of Security Cooperation Management
B.A. Business Administration, Cedarville College, 1983
M.S. Logistics Management, Air Force Institute of Technology, 1994
Joanne B. Hawkins, Ph.D.
Professor of Security Cooperation Management
B.A. Communication, University of Miami, FL, 1981
M.Ed. Secondary Education, Campbell University of North Carolina, 1984
M.S. Personnel Administration, Central Michigan University, 1993
Post-Masters Certificate in College Teaching, Capella University, MN, 2009
Ph.D. Education, Capella University, MN, 2011
Patrick K. Hawkins
Associate Professor of Security Cooperation Management
B.S. Environmental Systematic Biology, California Polytechnic State University, 1981
M.S. Materiel Acquisition Management, Florida Institute of Technology, 1995
James P. Hensley, Jr.
Assistant Professor of Security Cooperation Management
A.S. Computer Science, Community College of the Air Force, 1996
B.S. Management/Computer Information Systems, Park University, 2002
Howard G. Jones III
Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
Ph.D. Business History, Johns Hopkins University, 2000
Christopher M. Krolikowski
Associate Professor of Security Cooperation Management
B.S. Biomedical Engineering, Tulane University, 1999
M.B.A. International Business, Wright State University, 2005
Thomas Kunk
Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
B.S., Business and Management, University of Maryland 06/1992
U.S. Army Command General Staff College, 2000
M.S., Human Resources Management, Webster University 03/2005 (with Honors)
M.S., National Resource Strategy, Industrial College of the Armed Forces (ICAF) War College,National Defense University 06/2011
Bill Krueper, LCDR, USN
Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
M.A. Adult Education and Training,University of Phoenix
B.S. Natural Resources and Environmental Management, Ball State University
Mario D. Matos
Director, Western Hemisphere Seminar
Assistant Professor of Security Cooperation Management
A.S., Environmental Sciences, Community College of the Air Force, 1988
B.S., Computer Science, Park College, 1987
M.S., Aviation Management, Embry-Riddle University, 2004
U.S. Army, Command & General Staff College, 2003
U.S. Air Force, Air War College, 2008
Joint Forces Staff College, JPME II, 2010
Ernest B. McCallister, Ph.D.
Director of Curriculum Development
Professor of Security Cooperation Management
B.S. Marketing and Finance, The Ohio State University, 1982
M.B.A. Business Administration, University of Toledo, 1983
Ph.D. Public Policy and Administration, Walden University, 2007
Susan L. McClure
Associate Professor of Security Cooperation Management
B.S. Education, University of Dayton, 1977
M.P.A. Public Administration, University of Dayton, 1981
Donald J. McCormick
Director of Instruction
Assistant Professor of Security Cooperation Management
B.S. Industrial Management, University of Puerto Rico, 1974
M.S. Management, Troy State University, 1981
Jon Merritt, LCDR, USN
Deputy Director of Academic Planning and Technology
Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
B.A., Political Science, Drake University, IA 1990
B.S., Business Administration, Hawaii Pacific University, HI 2001
MBA (Finance), Naval Post Graduate School, Monterrey CA, 2008
Christian R. Miller, MAJ, USA
Deputy Director of Curriculum Development
Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
B.A. International Politics, Penn State University, 2000
U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Gordon, GA, 2010
M.A. National Security Affairs, Naval Postgraduate School, 2013
Kelly Miller
Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
A.A.S. Contracts Management, Community College of the Air Force, 2000
A.A.S. Instructor of Technology and Military Science, Community College of the Air Force, 2002
B.S. Management, Park University, 2015
John B. O'Connor
Associate Professor of Security Cooperation Management
B.S. Engineering Management, United States Naval Academy, 1980
Naval Aviator, Naval Air Training Command, 1981
M.S. Computer Information Systems, Naval Postgraduate School, 1991
DoD Defense Acquisition Corps Member, 2011
DSCA International Affairs Level III Career Certification, 2010
DoD Acquisition Program Management Level III Certification, 2006
DoD Acquisition Test and Evaluation Level I Certification, 2000
Erik A. Olsen, LCDR, SC, USN
Deputy Director of Operational Support
Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
BA Hospitality Administration, Widener University, 1999
MBA Hospital Administration, Southern New Hampshire University, 2001
BQC Navy Supply Corps School, Athens, GA 2002
U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Ft Leavenworth, KS, 2013
Timothy J. O'Sullivan
Assistant Professor of Security Cooperation Management
Masters Degree of Aeronautical Science, Embry Riddle, Tampa, 2009
Bachelor of Science degree in Professional Aeronautics, Embry Riddle, Phoenix, AZ, 1999
Aerospace Basic Course (residence), 2002
Squadron Officer School (residence), 2004
Air Command and Staff College (cor) 2010
Joint Forces Staff College, JPME Phase II (residence) 2012
Andrew Overfield
Africa Seminar Director
Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
M.A. African Studies, Ohio University, 2000
Kareem Owens
Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
M.S. Military Operational Art and Science, Air Command and Staff College, 2013
B.S. Occupational Education, Wayland Baptist University, 1996
Joseph Piontek, CAPT, USN
Deputy Director of Instruction
Senior Military Instructor
Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
B.S. History w/Distinction, United States Naval Academy, 1987
M.M.A.S Strategy, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, 1999
JPME Phase I, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, 1999
M.B.A. University of Phoenix, 2006
M.A. National Security and Strategic Studies w/Distinction, U.S. Naval War College, 2013
JPME Phase II, U.S. Naval War College, 2013
Aaron M. Prince
Associate Professor of Security Cooperation Management
B.A. Marketing, Miami University, 1990
M.S. Administration, Central Michigan University, 2010
Ira C. Queen
Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
B.S. Chemistry, Columbus University, 1984
M.A. International Studies, University of Washington, 1997
U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, KS, 1998
Saul Ramos, Maj, USAF
Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
M.S. International Relations, Tufts University, 2012
M.S. Logistics Management, American Military University, 2009
Timothy E. Reardon
Assistant Professor of Security Cooperation Management
A.S. Business Administration, Sinclair Community College, 1985
B.S. Management, Park College, 1989
Richard C. Rempes
Online Learning Development Team Lead
Associate Professor of Security Cooperation Management
B.A.A. Marketing, Broadcast, and Cinematic Arts, Central Michigan University, 1981
M.A. Adult Education and Distance Learning, University of Phoenix, 2005
William E. Rimpo
Associate Professor of Security Cooperation Management
B.A. Elementary Education, Glassboro State College, 1976
B.A. Chemistry, University Northern Colorado, 1979
M.S. Logistics Management, Air Force Institute of Technology, 1986
Barbara Salera
Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
PhD Political Science, Washington State University, June 2013
Douglas N. Simmons
Assistant Professor of Security Cooperation Management
B.S. Business, Wright State University, 1986
M.S.A Administration, Central Michigan University, 1993
Erich Schubert, CDR, USN
Senior Military Instructor
Deputy Director for Instruction of Security Cooperation Management
B.S. Oceanography, United States Naval Academy, 1997
M.S. in Global Leadership, University of San Diego, 2003
JPME Phase I, Air Command and Staff College, 2005
Nicole R. Stompor Davis
Assistant Professor of Security Cooperation Management
B.S. Journalism, Ball State University, 2008
M.S. Project Management, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, 2011
James P. Toomey
Associate Professor of Security Cooperation Management
A.A., Asian Studies, University of Maryland, 1994
B.S., Business Administration/Marketing, Wright State University, 1986
M.B.A., International Business, Columbus State University, Columbus, Georgia, 1991
M.A., Political Science with Certificate in African Studies, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, 2000
Robert H. Van Horn
Assistant Professor of Security Cooperation Management
B.S. Economics, Iowa State University, 1973
M.A. Political Science, University of Arizona, 1978
M.B.A. University of Kansas, 1997
Orlando E. Vilches
Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
B.S. Industrial Technology, Southern Illinois University, 1991
M.S. Management, Troy State University, 2002
Robert J. Weber, Ph.D.
Security Assistance Network (SAN) Team Lead
Associate Professor of Security Cooperation Management
B.A. English/Language Arts, St. John's University, 1984
M.S. Administration, Central Michigan University, 1995
M.S. Computer Systems, Air Force Institute of Technology, 1999
Ph.D. Computer and Information Science, University of Minnesota, 2004
M.S. Cybersecurity, Liberty University, 2016
Patricia A. White
Librarian
Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
B.A. History, Glenville State College, 1983
B.A. Education, Social Studies, Glenville State College, 1983
M.L.S. Kent State University, 1991

Adjunct Faculty

Individuals who have repeatedly distinguished themselves through outstanding contributions to our mission.

John Duke Anthony
Professor Emeritus of Security Cooperation Management
Ph.D., International Relations and Middle East Studies, Johns Hopkins University, Washington, D.C.
B.A., History, Virginia Military Institute
M.S., Foreign Service, Edmund A. Walsh Graduate School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University
Alan Beyerchen, Ph.D.
Adjunct Professor of Security Cooperation Management
B.A., German, University of California
M.A., History, University of California
Ph.D., History, University of California, 1973
Stephen D. Boyce
Adjunct Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
B.A., History, DePauw University
M.A., Education, University of Maryland
M.A., Aeronautical Science, Embry-Riddle University
Air War College
Armed Forces Staff College
Air Command and Staff College
Michael Braun
Adjunct Professor of Security Cooperation Management
B.S., Management, Park College, 1992
M.A., Political Science - International Affairs, Catholic University, 1998
Gary Burris
Adjunct Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
A.A., Social Science/Education, Yuba College
B.A., Criminal Justice, California State University
M.A., Communications, University of Northern Colorado
Frank J. Campenell
Professor Emeritus of Security Cooperation Management
M.A. Logistics and Management, Central Michican University
B.S. Business and Economics, Upsala College
William Cavanaugh
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Security Cooperation Management
Juris Doctor, University of Dayton
Gregory J. Cook
Adjunct Instructor of Security Cooperation Management, USACGSC
B.A., History, The Citadel
M.A., Foreign Affairs, University of Virginia
Ryan Crais, Maj, USMC
Adjunct Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
B.A., Civil Engineering
Peter Faber
Adjunct Professor of Security Cooperation Management
B.A., English, UCLA, 1976
M.S., Operations Management, University of Arkansas, 1983
M.A., Military History, University of Alabama, 1987
M.A., History, Yale, 1993
M.A., National Security and Strategic Studies, U.S. Naval War College, 1997
Brian J. Gerling
Adjunct Instructor of Security Cooperation Management, USACGSC
B.S., Food Chemistry, Kansas State University
M.S., Material Logistics, Naval Post-Graduate School
Daniel A. Gilewitch
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Security Cooperation Management, USACGSC
B.S., General Engineering, United States Military Academy
M.A., Cultural Geography, University of Kansas
Ph.D., Physical Geography, Arizona State University
Gary Hess, Ph.D.
Adjunct Professor of Security Cooperation Management
Ph.D., University of Virginia
Paul Lapham
Adjunct Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
B.A., Business Administration, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
M.A., Public Administration, Northeastern University
Jennie Lincoln, Ph.D.
Adjunct Professor of Security Cooperation Management
Ph.D., The Ohio State University
Gau Loye
Adjunct Professor of Security Cooperation Management
B.A., Political Science, Lamar University
M.A., Education, University of St. Mary
Andrew Martinez, Lt Col, USMC
Adjunct Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
B.S., Criminal Justice, University of Texas, 1995
Kevin L. McDonald, LTC, USA
Adjunct Instructor of Security Cooperation Management, USACGSC
B.A., Communication Studies, West Virginia University
Richard Millet
Adjunct Professor of Security Cooperation Management

Benjamin Muego, Ph.D.
Adjunct Professor of Security Cooperation Management
A.B., Political Science, University of the Philippines
M.A., Kansas State University
Ph.D., Political Science, Southern Illinois University
LTC Mark L. Pralat, Sr.
Adjunct Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
B.A. Political Science, University of South Florida at Tampa
M.A. Asian Studies, University of Texas at Austin
Shawn Rickrode, Maj, USMC
Adjunct Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
B.A., International Relations and Military Affairs, Citadel, 2001
Scott Rosenberg, Ph. D.
Adjunct Professor of Security Cooperation Management
Ph.D., African History (with minor in African Studies), Indiana University
M.A., International Affairs and African Studies, Ohio University
B.A., History and Sociology, Kenyon College
Mary Jane Roth
Adjunct Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
B.A., Political Science, Temple University
M.S., Administration, International, Central Michigan
Gene Swanger, Ph. D.
Adjunct Professor of Security Cooperation Management
B.A., Capital University
B.D., Capital University
S.T.M., Oberlin College
Ph. D., University of Iowa
MAJ Rob Taylor
Adjunct Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
B.S. Engineering Management, USMA
M.A. Political Science, Kansas State University
Charles Wilson
Adjunct Instructor of Security Cooperation Management
B.S., Economics, Presbyterian College
US Army Command and General Staff College
Industrial College of the Armed Forces

Staff

The day-to-day operation of DISCS programs is handled by a support staff that is responsible for overall administration as well as academic support. These functions include budget, graphics, library, network operations, technical support, registrar’s office, publications, graphics, guest speaker, webmaster and technical support.

Don Bailey
IT Specialist
Elizabeth Beidelschies
Library Technician
Anthony Campbell
Network Admin
Michael Cottrell
Contractor, TiER1 Performance Solutions
Blackboard Support
Rebecca Dakin
Guest Speaker Program Coordinator
Victoria Ebert
Contractor, General Dynamics
Editorial Assistant
Deborah Eisnaugle
Administrative Assistant
Jeff Fourman
Contractor, The Cumberland Group
Analyst
Jessica Fourman
Contractor, The Cumberland Group
Analyst
Robert Holbrook
Contractor, General Dynamics
IT Specialist
Scott Hunter
Contractor, General Dynamics
Budget Analyst
Jeremy Julian
Contractor, General Dynamics
IT Support
John Kitchen
Contractor, General Dynamics
Logistics Technician
Amber Knowlton
Contractor, General Dynamics
IT Support
James Knowlton
IT Specialist
Rodney Lake
Registrar
Steven Lane
Contractor, General Dynamics
IT Support
Jesse Lewis
Budget Analyst
William Mack
Operations Manager Supervisor
Ramon Marques
IT Specialist
Meagan Marshall
Contractor, The Cumberland Group
Analyst
Ben McCullough
Contractor, Sabel Systems
IT Support
Theresa Mills
Contractor, TiER1 Performance Solutions
Online Learning Developer
Dustin Moses
Contractor, Sabel Systems
IT Support
Ben Ohlander
Contractor, Sabel Systems
IT Support
Danny Palmer
Visual Information Specialist
Dewey Richmond, Jr.
Quota Manager
Chelsea Salyer
Contractor, The Cumberland Group
Analyst
Megan Sanders
Administrative Support Assistant
Melissa Shrader
Education Technician
Barbara Stephens
Contractor, General Dynamics
Registration Technician
Constance Stokesbury
Administrative Assistant
Stacie Tawney
Library Technician
Patrick Thompson
Contractor, General Dynamics
IT Specialist
Brian Tuley
Contractor, General Dynamics
Information System Security Manager (ISSM)
Timothy Zink
Network Admin

Research Assistants

Research Assistants assist with research projects of benefit to the security cooperation management enterprise. They have an educational background in an international-related field of study and can either be a senior in undergraduate school or participating in (or have graduated from) a Master's program. In return, they gain considerable understanding and expertise as they participate as facilitators, students, and eventually presenters in several of our courses. Their primary focus is within the regional studies programs, thus gaining a better understanding of the U.S. Government's (primarily DoD) interaction with international partners. They are recruited, hired, and paid by General Dynamics Information Technology Corporation.

Kathryn Chaney
Kuyer Fazekas
Jonathan Maze
Julie Tollefson


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Commandant's Message

I'm hoping that you've not had issues finding us! As you can tell by our new website -- The Defense Institute of Security Assistance Management (DISAM) transitioned to the Defense Institute of Security Cooperation Studies (DISCS). This became effective 1 July 2016, and comes as DSCA more closely aligns the schoolhouse, its curriculum, and its mission priorities with DOD strategic guidance, and DSCA's vision for the future. The name change reflects DSCA's focus on full spectrum capability building and that the schoolhouse's mandate for training the workforce has expanded beyond Security Assistance to include all of Security Cooperation.

There are a number of transitional issues in progress and we will work with various constituencies and other supporting organizations to be as seamless as possible in our support to you. As you can see, the Institute’s website has a new URL of www.iscs.dsca.mil. In terms of you contacting DISCS, please note that "Group e-mail addresses" (such as the Registrar’s Office) will change as soon as we can work through the IT wickets, but old group email addresses should work after the change for some time. All email addresses and phone numbers for institute personnel remain the same as they were prior to changing our name to the Defense Institute of Security Cooperation Studies. Note that there have been no changes to course designations or names of the courses offered by the Institute.

This is an exciting time for the Defense Institute of Security Cooperation Studies and we looking forward to continuing our long-standing service to the security cooperation workforce for years to come as we keep pace with the environment impacting all of you as our constituents.

Sincerely,

Dr. Ron Reynolds
Commandant
Defense Institute of Security Cooperation Studies

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Commandant's Message

A lot has happened since my last update here, and I will only hit the highlights. Work continues as things push forward on the SC Workforce Development Program (SCWDP) effort per the guidance in NDAA 2017. I won’t try to address it here – I won’t do it justice in such a short column. However, I’d note that for the most current information – the work of the SCWDP Working Group (and its three Sub-Working Groups and 5 Lines of Effort), are available via a periodic newsletter published by DSCA. If you’d like the most recent edition, please let me know.

In a major realignment to better support DSCA’s efforts to develop the Departments’ Security Cooperation Workforce Development program, the Defense Institute of Security Cooperation Studies has fallen under the Security Cooperation Workforce Development Directorate as of 2 June 2017. This move aligns all SC training, education and certification programs under the Directorate developing and managing the DoD SCWDP and facilitates greater engagement and support for development of the future SC education and training policies and programs as well as the development of the Defense Security Cooperation University.

DISCS has begun efforts for its satellite campus in the National Capital Region – with Mr. Dan Eagle on board as our new Director of Strategy Instruction and the process ongoing to bring on four more faculty (in the process of bringing on three faculty members that will be in place there permanently as we look at existing and new courses that would be most effective in conducting there (several classes now offered there vice our main campus at WPAFB).

In the realm of courseware/class changes – the SCM-O (Overseas) Course has changed its scheme to where all students now attend for the full four weeks. The syllabus has changed and is current on our website.

We are in the process of our cycle for programming DISCS activities/academic calendar for FY18 – really looking to “bridge the gap” between current SC community/enterprise education and training requirements – which are significant – and ultimately get us to where we need to be in the schoolhouse efforts directed by NDAA 2017. One key thing for you to note – as a potential student – we often have unused seats in our classes at Wright-Patt. If you need training and can’t seem to get a seat, please let us/me know. We’ll work with your chain of command to get you a seat in the class that is required for you.

I’ll stop there and set a goal of updating the CC Corner at least monthly to keep you informed in a more timely way in this fast-paced environment.

Sincerely,

Dr. Ron Reynolds