Homeland Security and Citizen Diligence – Homeland Security Presents a Six Part Lecture Series
UDC’s Masters of Science Program: Homeland Security Presents a Six Part Lecture Series:
Homeland Security and Citizen Diligence
2. David Heyman– “The Policy Process at DHS” – 2/28 (Ballroom Confirmed) Mr. Heyman is the former Assistant Secretary for Policy at DHS. Mr. Heyman is a former senior advisor at the White House and to the U.S. Secretary of Energy.He is also the former Director of the Homeland Security Program for the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), one of the leading think tanks in America.
3. Tom Sobocinski 3/21 “Criminality vs. Acts of Terrorism” (Ballroom Confirmed) Mr. Sobocinski is a the FBI Liaison to DHS, recently returned to the US after stints in Afghanistan, Iraq, Egypt and England. he is on the front lines and is a hiring agent. Mr. Sobocinski was the lead investigator of the Benghazi attack on the US Diplomatic compound.
4. Jeffrey Landis -4/4 “Secrecy & Surveillance” (Ballroom NOT Confirmed) Mr. Landis is an attorney with ZwillGen. His practice focuses on representing clients in litigation and government investigations. He served as counsel for Facebook and its officers and directors in dozens of shareholder class actions and derivative lawsuits challenging the conduct of Facebook’s IPO; assisted the defense of Apple in the San Bernadino episode, and was the lead attorney in the Draft Kings/Fan Duel suit vs. NYS Attorney General.
5. Larry Barnett 4/11- “Financial Surveillance & Privacy Concerns” (Ballroom Confirmed) Mr. Barnett is a former VP of Fannie Mae and current Expert Witness for financial litigation cases. He has extensive expertise regarding fund clearance procedures at the Federal Reserve Banks, had has headed up operations at Lehman Brothers and Nomura Securities.
6. Amr Hamzawy– “What do we Know about our Alleged Allies and Enemies in the Mideast?” – 4/18 (Ballroom NOT Confirmed) Mr. Hamzawy is a Senior Fellow, Middle East Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Mr. Hamzawy is a former member of the People’s Assembly after being elected in the first Parliamentary elections in Egypt after the January 25, 2011 revolution. He is also a former member of the Egyptian National Council for Human Rights.