26–Monterey Institute of International Studies’ Terrorism Studies program Monterey, California — Addressed graduate students on crafting counterterrorism strategy within Washington, D.C.’s maelstrom of interagency rivalries/frenemies, Congressional oversight and the usual media feeding frenzy.
12–Committee on Foreign Relations, Tampa, Florida, spoke on the evolution of intelligence and covert operations from Mogadishu to Abbottabad from a media perspective. http://www.tampabaycfr.org/
11–Dozier spoke at St. John’s Church at Lafayette Square for Veteran’s Day, at their Sunday forum, a family affair with USMC vet dad Ben Dozier, sister MeiLee Dozier and two of the smaller Doziers in attendance.
Dozier and Brigadier General Wilma L. Vaught, USAF (Ret.), president of the Women In Military Service For America Memorial. Dozier emceed the 15th anniversary gala of the organization, held at the Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington, D.C., Oct. 19th. At the entrance of Arlington Memorial Cemetery, WIMSA is the only major national memorial honoring women who have served in the nation’s defense during all eras and in all services. See: WIMSA
Aspen Security Forum with speakers Adm. Bill McRaven of Special Operations Command, and former Undersecretary for Defense Intelligence Stephen Cambone.
Profiles in Service: It Takes a Nation premiere. The panel was moderated by Kimberly Dozier (whom also narrated the doc) and coordinated by Kristy Kaufmann and Alan Salisbury of Code of Support Foundation. See: http://codeofsupport.org/read-the-code/sign-the-code
Dozier guest-emceeing at the American Red Cross’s Salute to Service Gala. This year’s honorees were ret. Chairman Adm. Mike Mullen and wife Deborah Mullen. Actor/activist Jimmy Smits and Col. Gregory Gadson presented awards to wounded warriors, and a lot of money was raised. I subbed last minute for emcee Lt. Gen. Russel Honoré, who was stuck in New Orleans due to storms…
Emceeing in Virginia Beach, VA.