Faculty


Abuza, Dr Zachary M.
Professor, National Security Strategy
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Breeden, Col Chad. - USMC
Assistant Professor
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Bryan, CAPT Daniel - USN
Associate Dean of Faculty
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Burke, Col Timothy - USAF
Assistant Professor
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Donnelly, COL Ted. - USA
Assistant Professor
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Ellard, Dr. George, NSA
Assistant Professor
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Espino, Col Eric. - USAF
Assistant Professor
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Finel, Dr. Bernard I.
Associate Dean of Academics
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Frickenschmidt, COL Daniel M. - USA-NG
Assistant Professor
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Harris, COL Brian - USA
Chair, U.S. Army
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Harvey, Mr. Michael - USAID
Assistant Professor
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Heffington, Col Stephen R. - USAF
Chair, CJCS
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Hesslink, CAPT Trenton D. USN
Dean of Students
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Holloway, Col, Donald "Donnie" W.
Chair, Department of Strategy & Policy
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Jantzen, COL Linda. - USA
Assistant Professor
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King, COL Joseph B. - USA
Assistant Professor
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Kovalova, Dr. Elena
Professor, National Security Strategy
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Kuk, Mr. George - DIA
Assistant Professor
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Johnson, Dr. Laura Manning - DHS
Chair, Department of Homeland Security
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MacDougall, Dr. James "Jim" C.
Professor, National Security Strategy
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Manske, Brigadier General Chad T. - USAF
30th Commandant
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Mariano, Dr. Stephen J. (COL USA - Ret)
Associate Dean Research and Outreach
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McAllister, Dr. Bradley J.
Associate Professor, National Security Strategy
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Meara, Mr. William - DoS
Assistant Professor
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Moritz, Col Eric J. - USAF
Chair, U.S. Air Force
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Louie, Mr. Bruce L.
Chair, National Geospacial-Intelligence Agency
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Oler, Col Adam - USAF
Assistant Professor
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Orr, Robert "Jaimie" J. III, JD, LL.M
Associate Professor
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Panehal, Ms. Alexandria L. - USAID
Assistant Professor
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Pasquale, Dr. Charlie. - IC
Assistant Professor
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Pastino, Col Philip. - USMC
Chair, U.S. Marine Corps
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Pekala, AMB Mark - DOS
Deputy Commandant
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Peznola, Col Michael N. USMC (Ret.)
Chief of Staff/Dean of Administration
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Pierangelo, Ms Claire - DoS
Assistant Professor
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Ray, CAPT Corey W. - USN
Assistant Professor
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Reckamp, CAPT Douglas E. - USN
Chair, U.S. Navy
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Richards, Dr. Marie - DOS
Assistant Professor
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Sabonis-Helf, Dr. Theresa
Professor, National Security Strategy
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Scheinman, Mr. Adam - DoE
Assistant Professor
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Shrout, COL Michael S. - USA
Assistant Professor
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Stein, Mr. James I. - USAID
Assistant Professor
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Stock, COL Mark - USA
Assistant Professor
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Taspinar, Dr. Omer
Professor, National Security Strategy
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Ward, Dr. Kelly J. (COL, USA-Ret)
Professor, National Security Strategy
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Warner, Mr. David - DoJ
Assistant Professor
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Watson, Dr. Cynthia A.
Dean of Faculty and Academic Affairs
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Watts, Dr. Robert B. (CAPT, USCG-Ret)
Professor, National Security Strategy
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Wolford, Col Bryan - USAF
Assistant Professor
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Zedlar, Dr. Stephanie Y.
Director Institutional Research
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Stein, Mr. James I. - USAID

Assistant Professor

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Mr. James (Jim) Stein joined the War College faculty in 2017.  Previously, he served as the Mission Director for USAID/Macedonia, 2013-2017. Mr. Stein also served as Deputy Mission Director, USAID/Afghanistan, and Director, Strategy and Program Office, in the Bureau for Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC/SPO) in USAID/Washington.  A member of the Senior Foreign Service, Mr. Stein has served in seven countries during his 30 years in the Foreign Service: Afghanistan, Guatemala, Ecuador, India, Indonesia, Macedonia, and Serbia.

He has directed USAID offices and projects in the areas of economic policy reform, small enterprise development, financial and capital market development, public finance, microfinance, urban water and sanitation, low-income housing, environmental management, agriculture and rural development policy, and democracy and governance. As the Director of LAC/SPO, he supervised the Bureau’s annual program budget formulation and execution processes, program operations reporting, and country program strategy formulation and approvals. Mr. Stein is an alumnus of Stanford University (B.A., Economics) and received a Masters of Regional Planning from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He completed additional doctoral coursework in development economics and urban studies and planning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  He was a volunteer in the Philippines from 1977 to 1979 at the International Institute for Rural Reconstruction, with Volunteers in Asia, a non-governmental volunteer organization based at Stanford University. A native of St. Louis, Missouri, Mr. Stein is married and has two children.  He and his wife are residents of Northern Virginia.

 

FUNCTIONAL EXPERTISE: Development assistance strategy, program, and project management; urban development; private sector development

 

REGIONAL EXPERTISE: South East Europe (Macedonia, Serbia), South Asia (India), Central America (Guatemala)

EMAIL:  james.i.stein.civ@ndu.edu