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From space to cyber, the currency of power is changing.
This October, generals, experts, and foreign leaders will convene
virtually and in-person to address the most critical global security issues of today
and the opportunities of tomorrow.
Innovation isn’t optional. It’s imperative.
LIEUTENANT GENERAL CHARLES HOOPER, USA (RET.)
Former Director, Defense Security Cooperation Agency
ADMIRAL MICHELLE HOWARD, USN (RET.)
Former Vice Chief of Naval Operations, U.S. Navy
GENERAL LORI J. ROBINSON, USAF (RET.)
Former Commander, United States Northern Command and North American Aerospace Defense Command
PAUL “BUDDY” BUCHA
Medal of Honor Recipient
LTGEN, USAF (RET) MICHAEL R. MOELLER
Pratt and Whitney Military Engines
MG FRANCIS J. EVON, USARNG
Adjutant General, Connecticut National Guard
MG, USA (RET) MICHAEL JONES
LTCOL, USMC (RET) MATTHEW FEHMEL
LTCOL, USA (RET) LUKE KNITTIG
Power Africa, USAID
Colt Manufacturing Company
Thayer Leader Development Group at West Point
Former National Security and Intelligence Officer
PETER G. KELLY, ESQ.
Chair, Board of Directors
MEGAN C. TORREY
Chief Executive Officer
GEN, USA (RET) GEORGE W. CASEY, JR.
36th Chief of Staff of the United States Army
ABOUT THE FORUM
The Global Security Forum brings the world's top leadership directly to the citizenry. Generals, experts, policymakers, and foreign leaders convene in Connecticut, a center for national defense, to address the most critical global security issues of today and the opportunities of tomorrow.
The Global Security Forum has featured speakers including current Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, General Daniel Hokanson, 29th Chief, National Guard Bureau, General David Petraeus, U.S. Army (Ret.), Ambassador Bonnie Jenkins, nominee, Under Secretary for Arms Control and International Security Affairs, Dr. Richard Haass, President, Council on Foreign Relations, and more.
Global Security Forum 2021 will be hosted virtually and in-person to address the central theme: Competing for the future. GSF2021 will explore emerging technologies, evolving battlefronts, and shifting global power centers to address why nations must innovate today in order to compete for tomorrow.