Leading Through Adversity

Adults · Learning
In this session, we will use today’s pandemic as a frame to explore how to think about conflict and security, who you expect to protect and defend the country, and what that means for military, cybersecurity, and other “public safety” occupations and professions as technology advances and global interconnection continues.
Audience: Adults

Upcoming Session

April 30, 9 AM EDT
For Adults · 45 mins

791 of 900 spots reserved

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Meet Our Instructor

Chris Miller
Over nearly 33 years as an active Airman, Lt Gen (ret) Chris Miller led planning, policy, and strategy for U.S. Northern Command & NORAD (responsible for homeland defense, civil support, and security cooperation with Mexico and Canada); served as the senior USAF commander on the ground in Afghanistan; commanded the nation's only B-2 bomber wing; directed personnel assignments for 340,000 officer and enlisted Airmen; was defense policy adviser to the U.S. ambassador to NATO, a military fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York, and an analyst and planner at Headquarters US Air Force. He commanded flying units at squadron, group and wing levels and has over 3200 flying hours in T-38, B-1, B-2 and other military and civilian aircraft. General Miller was a distinguished graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy and of the College of Naval Command and Staff, and holds an M.Phil. in International Relations from Oxford University. He is the President of the Air Force Historical Foundation, a director of the Academy Research and Development Institute, and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. In April 2018, he was appointed by the President to serve as Chair of the US Section, Permanent Joint Board on Defense, US-Canada.