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General Butler is retired from US Army Special Forces. Brigadier General (Ret) Butler is currently a private consultant for several companies in the United States and overseas. He has worked for many large companies both in and out of the US as deputy program manager for a 5.8 billion dollar project in the Mid-East, business development manager, director of international security, and a project manager. He joined Kellogg, Brown, & Root in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom in May 2004 following an Army career of 29 years which culminated as a Brigadier General serving as the Director of the Center for Command Support, United States Special Operations Command, MacDill Air Force Base, Florida. Brigadier General (Ret) Butler spent most of his Military career in the US Army Special Forces.
Mr.Lawrence Hall has over 27 years of experience in leadership, management, and training development. He is an exceptional leader, manager, and an accomplished communicator. He still has the ability to renew a Top Secret, Sensitive Compartmented Information (TS SCI SSBI) if and when needed. Mr. Hall was Chief Operating Officer, Chief Security Officer, United States Army Computer Emergency Response Team (AEERT), Chief of Global Operations, US Army Network Operations and Security Center (ANOSC) Deputy Chief Information Officer, United States, Army Corps and Fort Hood TX. His Awards include US Army Information Assurance Professional of the Year.
Operations Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan / Uzbekistan / Kyrgyzstan / Djibouti) & Iraqi Freedom (Iraq / Kuwait / Qatar / KSA / UAE / Bahrain) Mr. Duffy has management experience for 30+ years. He is Considered operational expert in the Gulf Region, Afghanistan, and Africa. Proven wartime, value-based, servant leader with cultural understanding of coalition partners and allies. He is DSS qualified as an Outside Director for FOCI Companies. Extensive experience in C4ISR Implementation & Services Program Management as well as Executive leadership for Contingency Operations in multiple disciplines from Management of Air Traffic Control Systems to Power Plant Construction and Operations, Communications Integration and Critical Infrastructure. such as Kandahar Airfield (KAF) Traumatic Care Hospital. He is Currently consulting as a senior advisor for security technology; command and control intelligence systems to include training for security operations to enhance economic development & public safety as a model in West Africa.
Mr.Shaw has over 35 Years of experience in support of commercial and government operations at the tactical, operational and strategic national levels. His outstanding service for our Great Nation includes the Legion of Merit, Various Unit and Campaign Awards, Defense Meritorious Service Medal (two awards), Meritorious Service Medal, Navy Commendation Medal (three awards), Navy Achievement Media, Presidential Year 2000 (Y2K) Medal.
Ms.Robinson serves as the Senior Vice President of Global Government for SES Networks and the Managing Director of SES Techcom Services. In this position, she is responsible for the company's global business portfolio of government customers in the areas of defense, security, humanitarian, federal, civilian and institutional organizations.In addition to these roles, Ms.Robinson serves as Chairman of the Board of Redu Space Services and Director of the LuxGovSat Board of Directors. Prior to joining SES, she served as the leader of the Strategic Communications function for the U.S. Joint Forces Command's Standing Joint Force Headquarters (SJFHQ) with General Dynamics as well as the U.S. Army Center of Military History. Ms.Robinson is known in the satellite industry for serving in a variety of leadership positions including two terms as Chair of the Hosted Payload Alliance as well as Vice Chair, Board level positions for the Washington Space Business Roundtable, Techcom and others. She was the recipient of the 2012 Future Leaders Award by the Society of Satellite Professionals International and is a member of 'The FEW,' an invitation-only assembly of senior executive women.