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Colonel David B. Bosko is the Commandant, Air Force Cyber College. He was commissioned into the Air Force from the ROTC program at the University of Maryland in 1989, graduating with a Bachelor's in Computer Science. In addition, he has earned a Master of Science from the University of Maryland in Information Technology. He is a Master Cyber Operator and a Basic Space Operator. Col Bosko has commanded four different units, garrison and deployed, and has served on USAFE, AMC, and US CyberCom staffs. Most recently he served at the Cyber Chair for Air University and an instructor at the Air Force Cyber College.

Dr. Karen Guttieri is the Dean of the Air Force Cyber College. She completed a doctorate in Political Science at the University of British Columbia and conducted post-doctoral work on the civil dimension of the revolution in military affairs at Stanford. Her publication portfolio in the field of international peace and security includes work on military doctrine, technological innovation, psychological operations and civil affairs, metrics for evaluation and how organizations learn. Her work explores interstitial spaces such as that between peace and war and in the connection of technology and society. Dr. Guttieri has led multinational, multi-agency and multi-disciplinary teams in sponsored research. Ongoing work with the Peace Innovation Lab at Stanford includes a study of fake news and social media influence strategies. Longstanding work with humanitarian and international agencies has included educational program leadership, policy planning, participation in United Nations doctrinal development and multinational military exercises. An award-winning teacher, Dr. Guttieri previously developed and directed graduate education programs at the Naval Postgraduate School and led instructional method workshops for colleagues. She was recognized in 2014 as an Honorary Member of the United States Army Civil Affairs Regiment.   

 

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