Pentagon Simulation, Office of the Joint Chiefs, United States military

Through the Institute of Defence and Business, I serve the Office of the Joint Chiefs of the United States military as a storytelling and data visualization technology consultant, assiting the office as they conduct multi-branch, multi-agency preparedness simulations including implementing and utilizing new media technologies during extreme emergency situations. 2016-2017.

Central Intelligence Agency, United States government

Trained subject matter experts and intelligence analysts to use narrative data visualizations and emerging technologies to better communicate with internal stakeholders, April 2015.



U.S. Army: Using media in cooperation on stability operations

I taught and later directed strategic and crisis communications workshop with UNC Professor Valerie Fields for the U.S. Army. The one-week hands-on course uses case studies and in-person situations to teach military officers problem solving and media relations in crisis situations. The workshop is hosted by the UNC School of Media and Journalism, Fall 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018.