Malcolm Nance is a former Arabic speaking naval intelligence counter-terrorism and intelligence officer specializing in the Middle East; a combat veteran, Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape expert, historian, and author. He spent 35 years participating in field and combat intelligence activity including both covert and clandestine anti & counter-terrorism support to national intelligence agencies. He is a member of the Board of Advisors at the International Spy Museum in Washington DC; as honored as one of the noteworthy African-Americans in Espionage and featured in the Academy award nominated documentary Dirty Wars. MSNBC and labeled him one the “unsung national security genius of our time.” He is presently executive Director of the Terror Asymmetrics Project on Strategy, Tactics and Radical Ideologies (TAPSTRI) in Hudson, NY.

Ned Price directs policy and communications for National Security Action. He previously served as a Special Assistant to President Obama on the National Security Council staff, where he also was the Spokesperson and a Senior Director. Prior to his tenure at the White House, Ned was at the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), where he was a spokesperson and, before that, a President’s Daily Bulletin briefer and senior analyst.